The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story
1986 Set on the obligatory English moor, on an isolated cause-way, the story stars an up-and-coming young solicitor who sets out to settle the estate of Mrs. Drablow. Routine affairs quickly give way to a tumble of events and secrets more sinister than any nightmare. This first-class thriller - lately reincarnated on the stage - is a brilliant exercise in controlled horror. A real spine-tingler by a real master.
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Review: The Woman in BlackUser Review - Gloria Mundi - Goodreads
I read this book mainly because I went to see the play at the Fortune Theatre in London a few weeks ago. The play was really good. It wasn't the scariest thing I have ever experienced, as some reviews ... Read full review
Review: The Woman in Black (Movie Tie-in Edition): A Ghost StoryUser Review - Brittany (BookWorm4Ever) - Goodreads
A bit heavy on description at times, but a quick read. Definitely not the scariest book I've read, but it looks like they've added quite a bit to the movie, so that will be interesting to compare. Read full review