65 great tales of the supernatural

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Mary Danby
Sundial, 1979 - Fiction - 704 pages
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Most of the contributors are British and from before the first half of the 20th century. Only one story was completely unreadable to me, and that was Mary Danby's "Keksies," propablly because she wrote in the pre-Elizabethean style (Chaucerian). Read full review

Contents

ROBERT AICKMAN Ringing the Changes
11
A J ALAN My Adventure in Norfolk
36
E F BENSON The Bus Conductor 83
60
ALGERNON BLAuKWOOD Keeping His Promise
79
K BROSTER Couching at the Door
103
JOHN BURKE Dont You Dare
122
THOMAS BURKE The Hollow Man
136
R CHETWYNDHAYES A Vindictive Woman
167
O HENRY The Furnished Room
337
E NESBIT John Charringtons Wedding
338
ROGER B PILE Mary
360
ROBERT HOLDSTOCK Magic Man 387
367
RICHARD HUGHES A Night at a Cottage
380
EDGAR ALLAN POE The Facts in the Case of M Valdemar 878
383
W W JACOBS The Monkeys Paw
401
SAKI The Open Window 887
415

F MARION CRAWFORD The Upper Berth
196
MARY DANBY The Engelmayer Puppets
212
WILLIAM CROFT DICKINSON The House of Balfother
235
ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE The Brown Hand
248
CEUA FREMLIN Dont Tell Cissie
269
AMELIA B EDWARDS The Phantom Coach
288
JOHN HALHN Bobby
289
ROGER MALESON A Fair Lady 482
302
P HARTLEY Monkshood Manor
303
DAPHNE du MAURIER The Apple Tree
313
W F HARVEY The Ankardyne Pew
316
GERALD KERSH Carnival on the Downs
419
NIGEL KNEALE Minuke
442
An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street
469
WILLIAM SANSOM A Woman Seldom Found 390
608
MARK TWAIN A Ghost Story
618
H RUSSELL WAKEFIELD The Triumph of Death
634
HUGH WALPOLE Mrs Lunt
647
ELIZABETH WALTER The Hollies and the Ivy 689
667
EDITH WHARTON All Souls
694
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