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Aidan Chambers – More Ghost Stories

Posted by demonik on September 9, 2007

Aidan Chambers (ed.) – More Ghost Stories (Kingfisher, 2004)

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August Derleth – The Lonesome Place
Lance Salway – Such A Sweet Little Girl
Mark Twain – A Ghost story
Robert Arthur – Footsteps Invisible
Jan Mark – The Gnomon
Edward Bulwer-Lytton – The Haunted and The Haunters (abridged)
John Gordon – If She Bends, She Breaks
Aidan Chambers – Room 18
R. Chetwynd-Hayes – Brownie
Agatha Christie – The Lamp
Robert Westall – The Haunting Of Chas McGill
Edgar Allan Poe – The Tell-Tale Heart
William Trevor – The Death Of Peggy Morrissey
Catherine Storr – Christmas In The Rectory
Oscar Wilde – The Canterville Ghost

For young adults. Footseps Invisible, Room 18, The Haunted and The Haunters, The Canterville Ghost and The Tell-Tale Heart had all appeared in the earlier Ghosts ed Aidan & Nancy Chambers (Topliner, 1969) which also included Chetwynd-Hayes’s Housebound.

Room 18 is credited in Ghosts as by ‘Malcolm Blacklin’.

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