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Denys Val Baker – Haunted Cornwall

Posted by demonik on September 16, 2007

Denys Val Baker (ed) – Haunted Cornwall (NEL, April 1975)

Haunted Cornwall

Editor’s Introduction

Frank Baker – Chocolate Box
Daphne Du Maurier – The Old Man
Ronald Duncan – An Act of Charity
David Eames – Inheritance
R. S. Hawker – The Botathen Ghost
Kenneth Moss – Snow
Donald R. Rawe – Night on Roughtor
M. E. Simpson – The Castle
Howard Spring – Christmas Honeymoon
Nigel Tangye – Episode
J. C. Trewin – Window in the Attic
James Turner – The Wheel
Denys Val Baker – The Sacrifice
C. C. Vyvyan – The Ghost at the Old Ford
Rosalind Wade – Shepherd, Show Me
Mary Williams – The Lost Ones

Behind the superficial holiday veneer of Cornwall, with its sandy beaches and rocky coves, lies the real land of enchantment. It is a county of moors and mists, of ancient stone monuments, derelict mines, crumbling mansions and dangerous mires. This setting, coupled with the ferocity of the storms, the lonely stretches of heather and spun by the Celtic nature of the Cornish folk, is perfect for an excursion into the world beyond the grave. The stories included here are not simply mystery tales set in Cornwall, but are an attempt to cross the natural frontiers of life and death, and to probe beyond into the forbidden half of the universe.

Thanks to Steve of Vault for the cover scan, blurb and contents

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