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Mary Danby – 65 Great Tales Of Horror

Posted by demonik on September 7, 2007

Mary Danby – 65 Great Tales Of Horror  (Sundial 1981)

65 Horror

Villiers de L’isle Adam – The Salvationists (The Torture Of hope)
Honore de Balzac – The Mysterious Mansion
E. F. Benson – Negotium Perambulans
Charles Birkin – Text For Today
Robert Bloch – Return To The Sabbath
Sydney J. Bounds – Hothouse
Ray Bradbury – The October Game
Joseph Payne Brennan – The Horror At Chilton Castle
Anthony Burgess – An American Organ
Thomas Burke – The Bird
Hortense Calisher – Heartburn
Truman Capote – Miriam
R. Chetwynd-Hayes – The Monster
Agatha Christie – The Last Seance
John Collier – De Mortuis
William Wilkie Collins – A Terribly Strange Bed
R. C. Cook – Green Fingers
Roald Dahl – The Landlady
Mary Danby – Nursery Tea
Monica Dickens – Activity Time
Arthur Conan Doyle – The Brazilian Cat
Stanley Ellin – The Speciality Of The House
A. E. Ellis – If Thy Right Hand Offends Thee
H. H. Ewers – The Spider
Elizabeth Fancett – Someone In The Room
William Faulkner – A Rose For Emily
C. S. Forester – The Man Who Didn’t Ask Why
Jane Gaskell – Jane
Terry Gisbourne – The Quiet Man
John B. L. Goodwin – The Cocoon
Patricia Highsmith – The Snail-Watcher
Fanny Hurst – Guilty
Henry James – The Romance Of Certain Old Clothes
Gerald Kersh – Comrade Death
Henry Kuttner – The Salem Horror
David Langford – Cold Spell
L. A. Lewis – The Meerschaum Pipe
H. P. Lovecraft – The Hound
Philip MacDonald – Our Feathered Friends
Roger Malisson – The Thirteenth Kestrel
Frederick Marryat – The Werewolf
Richard Matheson – No Such Thing As A Vampire
Guy de Maupassant – The Hand
Clive Pemberton – The Will Of Luke Carlowe
Hal Pink – The Screaming Plant
Edgar Allan Poe – The Black Cat
Seabury Quinn – The House Of Horror
Jane Rice – The Refugee
Robert Silverberg – Back From The Grave
Frances Stephens – Claws
Bram Stoker – Dracula [extract]
Theodore Sturgeon – It
Terry Tapp – See How They Run
Bernard Taylor – Pat-a-Cake, Pat-a-Cake
William F. Temple – The Whispering Gallery
Harry E. Turner – Now Showing At The Roxy
R. E. Vernede – The Finless Death
Evelyn Waugh – The Man Who Liked Dickens
Philip Welby – Buffy
H. G. Wells – Pollock And The Porroh Man
Edward Lucas White – Lukundoo
T. H. White – The Troll
Henry S. Whitehead – The Lips
Angus Wilson – Mummy To The Rescue
Alexander Woollcott – Moonlight Sonata


One Response to “Mary Danby – 65 Great Tales Of Horror”

  1. Jonathan Boon said

    Fantastic collection. Personal favourites include: activity time (criminally hard to find anywhere else save for this collection), the quiet man, lukundoo, the salvationists and the land lady. I haven’t even read half of these stories yet.

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