Cold Hand in Mine: Eight Strange Stories

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Gollancz, 1975 - Ghost stories, English - 252 pages
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'Cold Hand in Mine' stands as one of Aickman's best collections and contains eight stories that show off his powers as a 'strange story' writer to the full, being more ambiguous than standard ghost stories. Throughout the stories the reader is introduced to a variety of characters, from a man who spends the night in a Hospice to a German aristocrat and a woman who sees an image of her own soul.

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User Review  - ghr4 - LibraryThing

Cold Hand in Mine is a fine collection of eight of Robert Aickman's utterly unique brand of "strange stories" - so unique as to be difficult to describe. While there are elements of horror and the ... Read full review

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User Review  - DeltaQueen50 - LibraryThing

Originally published in 1975, Cold Hand in Mine by Robert Aickmn is a collection of short stories that highlight his ability at writing “strange” or “weird” fiction. There are eight stories in this ... Read full review

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