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Posts Tagged ‘Jeremy Scott’

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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Jeremy Scott – The Mandrake Root

Posted by demonik on September 26, 2007

Jeremy Scott (Kay Dick) – The Mandrake Root: an Anthology of Fantastic Tales (Jarrolds & Sons, 1946)

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Introduction – Jeremy Scott

The Extravagant

James Joyce – Everlasting Fire
Algernon Blackwood – The Man Who Was Milligan
Richard Hughes – The Stranger
Dorothy K. Haynes – The Changeling
D. H. Lawrence – The Last Laugh

The Grotesque

Thomas Ingoldby (R. H. Barham) – The Leech Of Folkestone
E. Bulwer-Lytton – The Haunted and The Haunters
Fred Marnau – The Wrinkled Women Of St. Nepomuk
Alex Comfort – The Lemmings
Arthur Calder-Marshall – Pickle My Bones

The Bizarre

Thomas De Quincey – Confessions Of An English Opium Eater
Guy de Maupassant – The Horla
Virginia Wolfe – The Lady In The Looking Glass: A Reflection
William Sansom – The Peach House Potting Shed
Wrey Gardiner – The White House
Olive Shreiner – Who Knocks At The Door

The Fanciful

Stella Benson – An Air-Raid Seen From Above
Saki – The Open Window
Richard Garnett – The Bell Of St. Euschemon
E. M. Forster – The Story Of A Panic

The Quaint

M. R. James – “Oh, Whistle And I’ll Come To You, My Lad”
T. F. Powys – No Room
Pamela Hansford-Johnson – Altarwise By Owl-Light
Walter de la Mare – Winter

The Eerie

J. S. le Fanu – The Familiar
James Laver – Mr. Hopkins And Galatea
John Atkins – The Diary Of William Carpenter
Sir Osbert Sitwell – The Greeting

A Selective Bibliography (Chiefly Of Shorter Pieces) For The Enthusiast.

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Parry – Sutton

Posted by demonik on September 1, 2007

Michel Parry

Beware Of The Cat
Christopher Lee’s Archives Of Evil
Christopher Lee’s Omnibus Of Evil
Christopher Lee’s ‘X’ Certificate
The Devil’s Children: Tales of Demons & Exorcists
The 1st Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories
The 2nd Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories
The 3rd Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories
The 4th Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories
The 5th Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories
The 6th Mayflower Book of Black Magic Stories
The Devil’s Kisses (as ‘Linda Lovecraft’)
More Devil’s Kisses (as ‘Linda Lovecraft’)
The Hounds Of Hell
Jack The Knife: Tales of Jack the Ripper
Reign Of Terror: The 1st Corgi Book Of Victorian Horror Stories
Reign Of Terror: The 2nd Corgi Book Of Victorian Horror Stories
Reign Of Terror: The 3rd Corgi Book Of Victorian Horror Stories
Reign Of Terror: The 4th Corgi Book Of Victorian Horror Stories
The Rivals of Dracula: A Century of Vampire fiction
The Rivals of Frankenstein: A Gallery of Monsters
The Rivals of King Kong: A Rampage of Beasts
Roots of Evil: Beyond the Secret Life of Plants (as ‘Carlos Cassaba’)
Superheroes
The Supernatural Solution: Chilling Tales Of Sleuths Versus Spooks
Waves Of Terror

‘Richard Peyton’ [Peter Haining]

The Ghost Now Standing on Platform One

Robert Phillips

Omnibus of 20th Century Ghost Stories

Frederick Pickersgill

And Graves Give Up Their Dead
No Such Thing As A Vampire
Horror 7

Lynn Picknett

The Best Horror Stories

Laurette Naomi Pizer

Stories Strange And Sinister (1965)
Great Psychological Stories (1967)
More Stories Strange And Sinister (1967)

Anthony Rampton

Panther Book Of Horror

Anne Riddler

Best Ghost Stories

Mark Ronson

Beaver Book Of Horror

Dorothy L. Sayers

Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery & Horror
Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery & Horror: Second Series
Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery & Horror: Third Series

‘Jeremy Scott’ (Kay Dick)

The Mandrake Root
At Close Of Eve: An Anthology of New Curious Stories

Pamela Search

The Supernatural In The English Short Story

Deborah Shine

Haunting Ghost Stories

Michael Sissons

In The Dead Of Night
Masque Of The Red Death

Peter C. Smith

The Haunted Sea
Undesirable Properties
The Phantom Coach
Haunted Shores
Uninvited Guests

Donald Speed

My Blood Ran Cold

J. J. Strating

European Tales Of Terror
Oriental Tales Of Terror
Sea Tales Of Terror

Montague Summers

The Grimoire
The Supernatural Omnibus
Victorian Ghost Stories

David Sutton

New Tales Of Horror & The Supernatural Vol 1
New Tales Of Horror & The Supernatural Vol 2
The Satyr’s Head

David Sutton And Stephen Jones

Dark Voices 2
Dark Voices 3
Dark Voices 4
Dark Voices 5
Dark Voices 6
The Giant Book Of Fantasy & The Supernatural

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