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Peter Haining – Mammoth 20th Century Ghost Stories

Posted by demonik on December 14, 2007

Peter Haining – The Mammoth Book Of 20th Century Ghost Stories (Robinson, 1998)


Gordon Crabb

Henry James – The Third Person
H. G. Wells – The Presence by the Fire
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – How It Happened
Jack London – A Ghostly Duel
Theodore Dreiser – The Hand
Edgar Wallace – The Ghost of Down Hill
P. G. Wodehouse – Honeysuckle Cottage
J. B. Priestley – The Old Dark House
E. M. Delafield – Sophy Mason Comes Back
Agatha Christie – In a Glass Darkly
Arthur Machen – The Bowmen
Stella Gibbons – The Other Side of the Medal
A. Merritt – Three Lines of Old French
Alfred Noyes – The Lusitania Waits
Algernon Blackwood – Vengeance is Mine
Henry Kuttner – We Are The Dead
Daphne du Maurier – The Escort
John Steinbeck – The Elf In Algiers
James Hadley Chase – The Mirror in Room 22
Stevie Smith – Is There a Life Beyond the Gravy
Pamela Hansford Johnson – Sloane Square
Muriel Spark – The Leaf Sweeper
Winston Graham – At The Chalet Lartrec
William Trevor – The Love of a Good Woman
Ruth Rendell – The Haunting of Shawley Rectory
Mary Higgins Clark – Voice in the Coalbin
Fay Weldon – A Good Sound Marriage
Julian Barnes – A Self-Possessed Woman
John Mortimer – A Programmed Christmas Carol
Peter Haining – A Figment in Time

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