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James Hale – The Midnight Ghost Book

Posted by demonik on May 30, 2008

James Hale (ed.) – The Midnight Ghost Book (Barrie & Jenkins, 1978)

Hale Midnight Ghost

Fay Weldon – Breakages
Fred Urquhart – Witch’s Kitten
Janice Elliott – Figments
Donald E. Westlake – The Girl of My Dreams
Celia Dale – Tenants
H.R.F. Keating – The Spirit of Service
Peter Tinniswood – On the Train to Chemnitz
James Hamilton-Paterson: The Party
Steve Stern – The Gramophone
Dulan Barber – Call
Michael Stewart – The Lady of the May
Dulcie Gray – Four Ash Cottage
Giles Gordon – The Necessary Authority
Alex Hamilton – The Loadstar
Jennifer Jenkins – Alice
Willis Hall – Waking or Sleeping
Katherine Talbot – Game
Alexander Cordell – The Lovers
R.B. Hart – Dust
David Pownall – There’s a Time to Stop Looking
Forrest Webb – A Walk with Harris
Tom Caslon – Hyacinth
Brian Freemantle – The Talisman
Sam Gulliver – Moth

Thanks to Alan Frackelton for providing the contents and cover scan!

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