Ghost Stories of an Antiquary

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Courier Corporation, 1971 - Fiction - 152 pages
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Eight classics by great Edwardian scholar and storyteller. "Number Thirteen," "The Mezzotint," "Canon Alberic's Scrapbook," more. Renowned for their wit, erudition and suspense, these stories are each masterfully constructed and represent a high achievement in the ghost genre. New introduction by E. F. Bleiler. 4 plates by James McBride.

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Really enjoyed this volume of old creepy stories because, although not written in the same vain as modern horror (because it's not) and the fact the language and style isn't contemporary (hardly ... Read full review

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Spooky and literate tales to be told by candlelight. Mysterious lost tomes of hidden arcana and haunted artifacts - these stories are loads of fun to the seeker of antiquarian chills. Read full review

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