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Jeremy Scott – At Close of Eve

Posted by demonik on May 30, 2008

Jeremy Scott (ed.) – At Close of Eve: An Anthology of New Curious Stories (Jarrolds, 1947)

At Close Of Eve

James Hanley – A Walk in the Wilderness
G.W. Stonier – Table for Two
Pamela Hansford Johnson – Sloan Square
Louis Marlow – Time Can Frisk
Affleck Graves – Catch ‘Em Round the Bend
John Atkins – The Souls That Got Mixed Up
Stevie Smith – Is There life Beyond the Gravy?
James Laver – The Chateau of the Singing Stream
Reginald Moore – The One Who Was Waiting
Dorothy K. Haynes – Thou Shalt Not Suffer a Witch…
David Green – Nine Days’ Wonder
Elizabeth Berridge – The Autograph
John Heath-Stubbs – The Swan
Fred Urquhart – Sailors, Beware of Witches
Norah Lofts – Mr Edward
L.J. Daventry – Autumnal Equinox
Inez Holden – Free Wheel
William Montgomerie – Berlin Fantasia
Phyllis Shand Allfrey – The Eyrie
Frank Baker – Art Thou Languid?
Julian Orde – The Florist
William Sansom – Crabfroth

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

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