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Marjorie Bowen – More Great Tales of Horror

Posted by demonik on October 5, 2009

Marjorie Bowen (ed.) –  More Great Tales of Horror (John Lane, 1935)

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James Hogg – Laird of Cassway
J. S. Le Fanu – Wicked Captain Walshawe of Wauling
Allan Cunningham – Wooden Woman (aka The Haunted Ships)
W. W. Fenn – The Roon With the Arras
James Hogg – Laird of Wineholm
Allan Cunningham – Ezra Peden
Alexander Pushkin – The Coffin Maker
Anon – The Fatal Hour (translated from French by Marjorie Bowen)
Anon – Elie Anderson’s Revenge
Mrs. Catherine Crowe – The Haunted Mill
Anon – The Laird of Cool’s Ghost
J. S. Le Fanu – The Sexton’s Adventure
Anon – The Suitor of Selkirk
W.W. Fenn – Hand on the Latch
J.S. Le Fanu – Vision of Tom Chuff
Anon – Fain Bride
J. Smith – Black Joe O’ the Bow
Mrs. Catherine Crowe – A Ghost in Prison
Anon – The Accursed Portrait (translated from French by Marjorie Bowen)
Robert Chambers – Infernal Major Weir
J. S. Le Fanu – Spectre Lovers
Anon – The Murder Hole
J. G. Lockhart – Perling Joan
W.W. Fenn – Ghost on the Chain Pier
D. M. Moir – Resurrectior Men
Allan Cunningham – The Ghost With the Golden Casket


One Response to “Marjorie Bowen – More Great Tales of Horror”

  1. Sandy Robertson said

    I managed to find a tatty copy of Great Tales of Horror with the front panel of the d/j laid in for an acceptable price, but this sequel seems to be impossible to locate. If anyone knows where one is to be had I’d love to hear about it. Bowen was a wonderful writer and anthologist.

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