Robert Bloch - Die Schreckenskammer (Rowohlt 1981)
Pin-up-Girl Night School Beelzebub Double-Cross Frozen Fear The Animal Fair Terror over Hollywood Ego Trip The learning Maze
This is an original collection, done by a German publisher. Stories are taken from "Chamber of Horrors"; "Cold chills"; "Tales in a Jugular Vein". Why they made the effort is beyond me. Maybe the editor read the stories and only wanted to take those which he liked best.
rororo thriller was a long running crime imprint (1961-2000) from publisher Rowohlt, from the dawn of time, when genre still was sold in categories. Nearly every paperback house had its crime imprint with a distinctive cover art so it was recognizable on the shelfs of bookstores. Rowohlt's program was (mostly) more literary than the competition. Instead of Spillane or Christie it had Boileau/Narcejac, Highsmith, Allingham, Dexter and so on. In later years it had a lot of German originals - in this it was the only publisher which bought and published native writers regulary, like SF crime fiction was a bastion of foreign material - and made Scandinavian crime novels popular for a time. All in all it came to 1000 publications, nearly all with photo covers on a black background. This Bloch is a typical example.