Ghosts of Boston Town

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Down East Books, Oct 1, 2002 - Literary Collections - 176 pages
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Ranging from the 18th century to the present and from Beacon Hill to windswept Cape Ann, Holly Nadler's collection of true ghost stories from Boston and its environs offers a varied sampling of supernatural phenomena. Many of these tales offer a satisfying dose of ghoulish and frightening details; others are colored with a certain poignancy or even humor.

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Review: Ghosts of Boston Town: Three Centuries of True Hauntings

User Review  - Barbara Barber - Goodreads

I love this writers style. Just to leisurely read one or two a night and imagine I'm in Boston, kind of a fun way to lull myself into sleep. Very entertaining. Read full review

Review: Ghosts of Boston Town: Three Centuries of True Hauntings

User Review  - Don LaFountaine - Goodreads

I loved this book. It was a quick read and the stories were engaging. I definitely recommend reading this book, especially at night in bed when it is dark outside! Read full review

About the author (2002)

A freelance author of both fiction and non-fiction, Holly Mascott Nadler’s first book, Haunted Island- True Ghost Stories from Martha’s Vineyard (Down East Books, 1994) was the outgrowth of the “Ghosts of Edgartown” tour, one of several she led as part of her island tour business. Ms. Nadler is a year-round resident of Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts where she owns and operates a bookstore, Sun Porch Books in Oak Bluffs.

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