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Richard Dalby – Mystery for Christmas

Posted by demonik on December 19, 2007

Richard Dalby (ed.) – Mystery for Christmas ed. (O’Mara, 1990)

Richard Dalby – Foreword

Charles Dickens – The Black Veil
Mrs. J. H. Riddell – The Banshee’s Warning (Hertford O’Donnell’s Warning)
Erckmann-Chatrian – The Citizen’s Watch
Thomas Hardy – What The Shepherd Saw
Edward Lucas White – The Picture Puzzle
Dolf Wyllarde  – Ellison’s Christmas Dinner
Marjorie Bowen – Marwood’s Ghost Story
Margery H. Lawrence – The Man Who Came Back
Joseph Shearing  – The Chinese Apple
Ronald Duncan – Diary Of A Poltergeist
Muriel Spark – The Leaf-Sweeper
Derek Stanford – The Illuminated Office
H. R. F. Keating  – The Case Of Seven Santas
Sydney J. Bounds  – Mage Of The Monkeys
Maggie Ross – Nostalgia
Roger F. Dunkley  – The Reluctant Murderer
John S. Glasby – Cyanide For Christmas
Elizabeth Fancett  – The Cloak Of DeSouvre
Roger Johnson – The Soldier
Ron Weighell – The Case Of The Fiery Messengers
David G. Rowlands – The Codex
John Whitbourn – Peace On Earth, Goodwill To Most Men
Mary Williams – Christmas Rose

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