It can be argued that Stephen King writes better short fiction than he does novels. I think I would agree with that sentiment for the simple fact that he has a better batting average with his collections, but he has so many novels published it's only natural that there would be a few lemons in the bunch.
Full Dark, No Stars strikes me as another potential home run. Just After Sunset, a collection of short stories which I have on my shelf screaming at me to be read, received a fair amount of acclaim. While Under the Dome, an interminable epic novel that fell well short of the mark of his better novels, just didn't win over the majority of fans and critics, as far as I know. But the early buzz for Full Dark, No Stars gives the impression that the four novellas included are another example of his prowess with shorter works.
What do you think? This something you're looking out for? Are you a King fan, or have you basically written him off?