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The Book of Shadows Vol 1 - cover

The Book of Shadows Vol 1

D. H. Lawrence, Edith Nesbit, E.F. Benson, H. G. Wells, Robert W. Chambers, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Barry Pain, Thomas Burke, Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, Masterpiece Everywhere

Publisher: Masterpiece Everywhere

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Summary

Discover the world of ghosts and spirits with this collection of classics on ghosts.
The best of the genre's literature.

The Roll-Call of the Reef
by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch
     (1863-1944)
The Demoiselle d'Ys
by Robert W. Chambers
     (1865–1933)
The Magic Shop
by H. G. Wells
     (1866-1946)
The Lost Ghost
by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
     (1852-1930)
The Violet Car
by Edith Nesbit
     (1858–1924)
Rose Rose
by Barry Pain
     (1864–1928)
The House with the Brick-Kiln
by E. F. Benson
     (1867–1940)
The Rocking-Horse Winner
by D. H. Lawrence
     (1885–1930)
The Hollow Man
by Thomas Burke
     (1886–1945)
Available since: 10/01/2021.

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