The Virago book of ghost stories

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McGraw-Hill, 1988 - Fiction - 331 pages
8 Reviews
Gathers ghost stories by Edith Wharton, Etten Glasgow, Norah Lofts, Fay Weldon, and Mary Webb

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Review: The Virago Book of Ghost Stories (The Virago Book)

User Review  - Georgie - Goodreads

Good collection of ghost stories. My favourites were: The Story of Salome - Amelia B. Edwards - loved the setting of Venice, atmospheric and creepy The Vacant Lot - Mary E. Wilkins - disturbing story ... Read full review

Review: The Virago Book of Ghost Stories (The Virago Book)

User Review  - Reformed_druid - Goodreads

It had a bit of a slow start with the first few stories being not the best I have ever read. After you get a couple of stories in though it gets quite good. Many of the stories included are very good indeed. Very imaginative reading. Read full review

Contents

E Nesbit the violet car
17
May Sinclair the token
39
Marjory E Lambe G G Trenery the return
68
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About the author (1988)

Richard Dalby is a bestselling author and vampire expert. He lives in London, England.