As many books as you want!
Add this book to bookshelf
Grey
Write a new comment Default profile 50px
Grey
Read online the first chapters of this book!
All characters reduced
HALLOWEEN Boxed Set: 200+ Horror Classics & Supernatural Mysteries - Sweeney Todd The Legend of Sleepy Hollow The Haunted Hotel The Mummy's Foot The Dunwich Horror The Murders in the Rue Morgue Frankenstein The Vampire Dracula The Turn of the Screw The Horla… - cover

HALLOWEEN Boxed Set: 200+ Horror Classics & Supernatural Mysteries - Sweeney Todd The Legend of Sleepy Hollow The Haunted Hotel The Mummy's Foot The Dunwich Horror The Murders in the Rue Morgue Frankenstein The Vampire Dracula The Turn of the Screw The Horla…

Edgar Allan Poe Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, Mary Shelley, Bram Stoker, Théophile Gautier, Arthur Conan Doyle, Grant Allen, M. P. Shiel, Ralph Adams Cram, John William Polidori, Thomas Hardy, Charles Dickens, Guy de Maupassant Maupassant, M. R. James, Wilkie Collins, E. F. Benson, Nathaniel Hawthorne Hawthorne, Ambrose Bierce, Arthur Machen, William Hope Hodgson, Pedro De Alarçon, Walter Hubbell, Washington Irving, Francis Marion Crawford, James Malcolm Rymer, Thomas Peckett Prest, W. W. Jacobs, Wilhelm Hauff, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Daniel Defoe, Jack Williamson, George MacDonald, Mark Twain, Pliny the Younger, Margaret Oliphant, Helena Blavatsky, Fergus Hume, Florence Marryat, Villiers l'Isle de Adam, William Archer, William F. Harvey, Katherine Rickford, Leopold Kompert, Vincent O'Sullivan, Ellis Parker Butler, A. T. Quiller-Couch, Fiona Macleod, Lafcadio Hearn, William T. Stead, Gambier Bolton, Andrew Jackson Davis, Nizida, Walter F. Prince, Chester Bailey Fernando, Brander Matthews, Leonard Kip, Frank R. Stockton, Bithia Mary Croker, Catherine L. Pirkis, Anatole France, Richard Le Gallienne, Henry James, John Buchan

Translator William Melmoth, Julian Hawthorne

Publisher: Musaicum Books

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Summary

Musaicum Books presents to you this unique collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
Content:
H. P. Lovecraft:
The Dunwich Horror
The Shunned House
From Beyond
Théophile Gautier:
Clarimonde
The Mummy's Foot
James Malcolm Rymer & Thomas Peckett Prest:
Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Edgar Allan Poe:
The Fall of the House of Usher
The Murders in the Rue Morgue
Mary Shelley:
Frankenstein
The Evil Eye
John William Polidori:
The Vampyre
Bram Stoker:
Dracula
The Squaw
Washington Irving:
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
The Spectre Bridegroom
Henry James:
The Turn of the Screw
The Romance of Certain Old Clothes
The Ghostly Rental
M. R. James:
Canon Alberic's Scrap-Book
The Mezzotint
Wilkie Collins:
The Haunted Hotel
The Devil's Spectacles
E. F. Benson:
The Room in the Tower
The Man Who Went Too Far
Nathaniel Hawthorne:
Rappaccini's Daughter
The Birth Mark
Ambrose Bierce:
The Death of Halpin Frayser
The Haunted Valley
Arthur Machen:
The Great God Pan
The Terror
William Hope Hodgson:
The House on the Borderland
The Night Land
Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder
M. P. Shiel:
Shapes in the Fire
Arthur Conan Doyle:
The Leather Funnel
The Beetle Hunter
Ralph Adams Cram:
Black Spirits and White
Grant Allen:
The Reverend John Creedy
The Backslider
Richard Marsh:
The Beetle
Thomas Hardy:
What the Shepherd Saw
The Grave by the Handpost
Charles Dickens:
The Signal-Man
The Hanged Man's Bride
Guy de Maupassant:
The Horla
Ghosts
Pedro De Alarçon:
The Nail
Walter Hubbell:
The Great Amherst Mystery
Francis Marion Crawford:
The Dead Smile
The Screaming Skull
Man Overboard!
For The Blood is the Life
The Upper Berth
By The Water of Paradise
The Doll's Ghost
John Buchan:
No-Man's-Land
The Watcher by the Threshold
W. W. Jacobs:
The Monkey's Paw
The Severed Hand
Miscellaneous Tales:
The Ghost in the Cap'n Brown House
The Apparition of Mrs. Veal
When the World Was Young
Uncle Cornelius His Story…

Other books that might interest you

  • Inspector Ghote His Life and Crimes - cover

    Inspector Ghote His Life and Crimes

    H. R. F. Keating

    • 0
    • 3
    • 0
    The best of the shorter adventures of Inspector Ghote, 'one of the great creations of detective fiction' (Alexander McCall Smith), are brought together in this page-turning collection of short stories - with a brand-new introduction by bestselling author Vaseem Khan.
     
    Inspector Ganesh Ghote of the Bombay CID stands alongside Hercule Poirot and Sherlock Holmes as one of the best-loved of fictional detectives. Mild mannered, often hamstrung by his refusal to accept bribes or force false confessions, but unparalleled in his determination to catch his killer, Ghote has delighted readers since his first appearance in print in 1967.
     
    This collection of short stories brings together some of the best of Ghote's shorter adventures. From 'The All-Bat Hat' to 'Murder Mustn't At All Advertise, Isn't It?', these stories celebrate Ghote and his painstaking investigative powers. Plus, an introduction by H. R. F. Keating himself gives a fascinating insight into the creation of the good detective, and how his life as a policewalla changed and evolved over the years to reflect real-life police work in the contemporary Bombay of the past.
    Show book
  • Anything For You - A Friessen Family Novella - cover

    Anything For You - A Friessen...

    Lorhainne Eckhart

    • 0
    • 4
    • 0
    Cat & Xander return in a Friessen Family novella about hurdles in this young couple’s relationship
     
    Cat and Xander have been living together for years and for Cat it’s everything she wants until an unexpected complication changes everything in this couple's relationship.
     
    But for Xander having Cat means she comes with her very opinionated and interfering father Neil who is always sticking his nose into their relationship. Only this time it isn’t Xander Neil will be butting heads with when Cat refuses to marry Xander, but his very stubborn daughter whose somehow believes that marriage isn’t for her. How far will Xander have to go to convince Cat that marrying him isn’t the worst idea ever?
    Show book
  • Difficult Women - cover

    Difficult Women

    Roxane Gay

    • 2
    • 47
    • 0
    Award-winning author and powerhouse talent Roxane Gay burst onto the scene with An Untamed State and the New York Times bestselling essay collection Bad Feminist (Harper Perennial). Gay returns with Difficult Women, a collection of stories of rare force and beauty, of hardscrabble lives, passionate loves, and quirky and vexed human connection.The women in these stories live lives of privilege and of poverty, are in marriages both loving and haunted by past crimes or emotional blackmail. A pair of sisters, grown now, have been inseparable ever since they were abducted together as children, and must negotiate the elder sister's marriage. A woman married to a twin pretends not to realize when her husband and his brother impersonate each other. A stripper putting herself through college fends off the advances of an overzealous customer. A black engineer moves to Upper Michigan for a job and faces the malign curiosity of her colleagues and the difficulty of leaving her past behind. From a girls’ fight club to a wealthy subdivision in Florida where neighbors conform, compete, and spy on each other, Gay delivers a wry, beautiful, haunting vision of modern America reminiscent of Merritt Tierce, Jamie Quatro, and Miranda July.
    Show book
  • A Cabinet of Curiosity - cover

    A Cabinet of Curiosity

    Bradford Morrow

    • 0
    • 1
    • 0
    Joyce Carol Oates, Ann Beattie, Diane Ackerman, and more explore the double-edged sword of curiosity . . . Curiosity is as central to life as breathing. And like breath itself, when it ceases, the vibrancy of life fades and disappears. Curiosity leads to discoveries both beneficent and, at times, destructive. It often occasions wonderment, but also terror. It prompts the precise scientist, but also the nosy gadfly. A double-edged sword, curiosity has forever held a crucial role in myth, literature, science, philosophy, history—nearly every field of human endeavor. While most of us know the old saying about curiosity killing the cat, we must also remember that “satisfaction brought it back.” Curiosity incites and compels, taketh away and giveth.   In this issue, curiosity impels a personal assistant to learn hidden truths about her deceased employer—a famed playwright—and his relationship with the woman who directs an Italian arts foundation to which he donated his priceless library of first editions. A novelist, inspired by a different kind of curiosity, studies the traditional teachings of his Cherokee forebears after reading the notebook his beloved grandfather possessed when he died. Elsewhere, a young boy removes his clothes and, driven by dangerous curiosity, crawls into the gaping darkness of a sewer pipe, where he mysteriously vanishes, altering the lives of everyone who knew him. While most of the stories, poems, and memoirs here investigate the places where curiosity transports us—from forgotten burial grounds to natural history museums, from alluring lakes to postapocalyptic seaside shanties—A Cabinet of Curiosity also features a singular visit to an archetypal curiosity cabinet in Amsterdam with its treasury of specimens, of oddities in jars and on shelves, of things pinned and things afloat.   Curiosity in all its guises is the wellspring of revelation. It is a prime mover behind our deeds, good or evil, simple or complicated. While the thirty-one writers gathered here individually explore many of the ways in which curiosity drives and defines us, together they propose that the realms of curiosity are, finally, inexhaustible.   A Cabinet of Curiosity includes contributions from Laura van den Berg, Ann Beattie, Brandon Hobson, Eleni Sikelianos, Greg Jackson, Julianna Baggott, Jeffrey Ford, Joyce Carol Oates, William Lychack, Joanna Scott, Catherine Imbriglio, Dave King, Lauren Green, Can Xue (Translated by Karen Gernant, Chen Zeping), Nathaniel Mackey, A. D. Jameson, Quintan Ana Wikswo, Lynn Schmeidler, Samuel R. Delany, Kelsey Peterson, Sarah Blackman, Gerard Malanga, Martine Bellen, Maud Casey, Gregory Norman Bossert, Stephen O’Connor, Matt Bell, Madeline Kearin, Bin Ramke, Diane Ackerman, Elizabeth Hand.  
    Show book
  • Lost Girls - Short Stories - cover

    Lost Girls - Short Stories

    Ellen Birkett Morris

    • 0
    • 15
    • 0
    Lost Girls explores the experiences of women and girls as they grieve, find love, face uncertainty, take a stand, find their future, and say goodbye to the past. A young woman creates a ritual to celebrate the life of a kidnapped girl, an unmarried woman wanders into a breast feeder’s support group and stays, a grieving mother finds solace in an unlikely place, a young girl discovers more than she bargained for when she spies on her neighbors. Though they may seem lost, each finds their center as they confront the challenges and expectations of womanhood.
    Show book
  • Paris Noir - cover

    Paris Noir

    Aurélien Masson

    • 1
    • 2
    • 0
    class="MsoNormal">"The dank and sweaty crime scenes in Paris Noir…testify to the fact that the French invented “noir.” Among the jarring images in this story collection, Didier Daeninckx’s murky view of the after-hours scene in Porte Saint-Denis and Marc Villard’s gritty look at the sex trade in Les Halles are correctives to all those persistent romantic fantasies about the city.”—New York TimesParis Noir takes you on a ride through the old medieval center of town with its winding streets, its ghosts, and its secrets buried in history. This is more than an homage to the crime genre, to Melville and Godard, it’s also a lush introduction to the very best in French fiction.Brand-new stories from: Marc Villard, Didier Daeninckx, Jean-Bernard Pouy, Salim Bachi, Christophe Mercier, Jerome Leroy, DOA, Laurent Martin, Herve Prudon, Patrick Pecherot, Dominique Mainard, and Chantal Pelletier.Aurélien Masson is the director of la Série Noire at Gallimard, one of France’s leading publishing companies.
    Show book