The Woman in Black

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D.R. Godine, 1986 - England - 160 pages
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A solicitor sent to a small village to settle the estate of a dead client fuels the wrath of a sinister, mysterious woman in black and is driven to the brink of insanity.

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Another long-timer in my TBR down! Obviously after reading The Haunting of Hill House, this was the next logical step. Arthur Kipps, up-and-coming young lawer, is sent to tend to the estate of ... Read full review

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User Review  - ImperfectCJ - LibraryThing

A quick (less than four hours) read in the style of nineteenth-century ghost stories. As do all of the best ghost stories, it is at one level about how a culture's past decisions reverberate into its present. Read full review

Contents

Christmas Eve
1
A London Particular
17
The Funeral of Mrs Drablow 3 3
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Copyright

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