A Haunting Touch
Tinashe Mushakavanhu, A. J. Morgan
Parthian Books, 2007 - Fiction - 127 pages
Aspects of haunted lives are explored in this collection of new writing reflecting the diverse cultural backgrounds of the authors including America, England, Wales and Zimbabwe. Whether it is by place, the past, those living or by spectres which may be real or imagined, the impact on those touched by haunting, and its implications, are examined in this volume of prose and poetry ranging from the darkly comic through to the heartbreaking and the truly disturbing.
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