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Evening Standard Second Book Of Strange Stories

Posted by demonik on June 9, 2008

Anon – The Evening Standard Second Book Of Strange Stories (Hutchinson, 1937)

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Grateful thanks to Marijke Van Duyn for providing the cover scan and contents!

G. B. Stern – The Hazard Of The Spanish Horses
Ring W. Lardner – Man Not Overboard
Lloyd Hooper – All Fools’ Court
Simpson Stokes – Air Lock A.G. 75
Sheik A. Abdullah – The Shrine Of The Holy Fir
Alexandre Dumas – My Adventure At Soissons
P. C. Wren – The Statue And The Bust
Phyllis Bentley – Conversion
Richard Carol – The Magic Of Hussein
Frederic Boutet – Lenger And Keller
A. M. Pushkin – The Queen Of Spades
C. Patrick Thompson – The Shuttlecock Of Ritz-Ritz
Alfred de Sauviniere – The Raise Of Spectres
John Talland – Reincarnation
Rearden Connor – Rats
Saki – Gabriel-Ernst
Eric Ambrose – The Man Who Died
H. A. Manhood – Wish Me Luck
James Hilton – Lives Of Men
Edgar Wallace – White Stocking
Kathleen Warren – Remnant Of ’22
George R. Preedy – The Anecdote
Eric Walrond – Inciting To Riot
John Collier – The Right Side
Dorothy L. Sayers – Maher Shalal Hashbaz
R. N. Currey – The Black Dog
Sheridan Le Fanu – Wicked Captain Walshawe
Eric Ambrose – Carlton’s Father
Ivan Turganev – The Adventure Of Second Lieutenant Bubnov
Anon – A Ghost Story Of Long Ago: The Suitor Of Selkirk
D. Kosztolanyi – The Honest Finder
Agatha Christie – The Veiled Lady
Francis Stuart – Love Or Money
E. M. Forster – Coordination
T. H. White – Shining Hat At Tarring Neville
Selma Robinson – The Departure
John Brophy – Mr. Langpool’s Buffalo
D. Wilson MacArthur – The Chasm
Howard Jones – Marriott’s Monkey
M. R. James – A School Story
John Gloag – Galley Trot Blind
Michael Kent – Supper At Borgy’s
Eric Bennett – Postscript
Albert Halper – Going To Market
Erskine Caldwell – The First Autumn
Louis Bromfield – The Urn
Norman Matson – Death On The Straightaway
Ralph Straus – Horse Of Death
Gouverner Morris – Derrick’s Return
Peter Fleming – Felipe
Phyllis Bottome – Spellbound
Eric Linklater – Country Born
Helena Lefroy Caperton – Oblivion
Hugh Walpole – The Snow
Manuel Komroff – So You Won’t Talk
Jack Lindsay – Judgement In The Underworld
Peter Cheyney – Nice Work
Louis Golding – Painted Love
Michael Fessier – Over The Hill
Herman B. Deutch – Doo-Doom Got To Hang
Post Wheeler – The Diviner And The Poor Woman
Walter R. Brooks – Like A Diamond In The Sky
Manuel Komroff – Siamese Hands
Thomas Burke – The Horrible God
Michael Joseph – The Yellow Cat
G. B. Stern – Quiet Corner
Storm Jameson – Murder
Henry Peterson – Lum Lo’s Idol
Marcel Ayme – The Dwarf
T. O. Beachcroft – The Ringed Word
John Hastings Turner – The House In The Wood
Marjory Bowen – The Pleasant Husband
Thomas Burke – The Shadow And The Bone
Pansy Pakenham – The Cook’s Room
Mrs. Violet Campbell – Lady Harpton’s Garden Party
L. Biro – Doctors
Lord Dunsany – A Drink From A Running Stream
Elizabeth Irons Folsom – Towers Of Fame
Philip Curtiss – The Resurrection Of Chilton Hills
Alexandre Arnoux – The Late Bernard
Fritz Hopman – The Bearer Of The Message
Edward Acheson – Hide Your Eyes
Oliver La Farge – Haunted Ground
Dana Burnet – Beauty In His Brain

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