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Sinopsis de GREAT GHOST STORIES

There are tales of Voodoo (W.B.Seabrook's "Goat-cry, Girl-cry"), horror at sea (W.H. Hodgson's "The Voice in the Knight"), detection (R. Austin Freeman's early Dr. Thorndyke tale "The Aluminium Dagger" and Baroness Orczy's The Old Man in the Corner tale "The Fenchurch Street Mystery"), amongst others, with even some told in a humorous tone (H.G. Wells' "The Inexperienced Ghost") -- pretty much something for everyone. So if you enjoy ghost and mystery stories from earlier days, and prefer solid writers who don't have to clobber you over the head with bloodbaths or gross-outs to scare you, pick up these two titles, curl up by the fireplace with a glass of sherry, the dogs, and an assortment of shortbread and sugar cookies -- and some good lighting (you never know what might be lurking) -- and savour these well-aged tales.

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