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Must-Read Halloween Books - 560+ Horror Classics Supernatural Mysteries & Macabre Stories - cover

Must-Read Halloween Books - 560+ Horror Classics Supernatural Mysteries & Macabre Stories

Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Bram Stoker, Daniel Defoe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Henry James, Wilkie Collins, Guy de Maupassant, Grant Allen, William Hope Hodgson, Ambrose Bierce, Richard Marsh, H. P. Lovecraft, Elizabeth Gaskell, Mary Shelley, Rudyard Kipling, E.F. Benson, Jerome K. Jerome, M.R. James, Algernon Blackwood, Arthur Conan Doyle, Arthur Machen, Théophile Gautier, Thomas Hardy, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Musaicum Books presents to you a collection of the greatest horror, supernatural and  gothic tales of all time:
Washington Irving:
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
Théophile Gautier:
The Mummy's Foot
Richard Marsh:
The Beetle
H. P. Lovecraft:
The Case of Charles Dexter Ward
At The Mountains of Madness
The Colour out of Space
The Whisperer in Darkness
The Dunwich Horror
The Shunned House…
Mary Shelley:
The Mortal Immortal
The Evil Eye…
John William Polidori:
The Vampyre
Edgar Allan Poe:
The Tell-Tale Heart
The Cask of Amontillado
The Black Cat…
Henry James:
The Turn of the Screw
The Ghostly Rental…
Bram Stoker:
The Jewel of Seven Stars
The Lair of the White Worm…
Algernon Blackwood:
The Willows
A Haunted Island
A Case of Eavesdropping
Ancient Sorceries…
Gaston Leroux:
The Phantom of the Opera
Marjorie Bowen:
Black Magic
Charles Dickens:
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Oscar Wilde:
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Arthur Conan Doyle:
The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Silver Hatchet…
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu:
Uncle Silas…
M. R. James:
Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
A Thin Ghost and Others
Wilkie Collins:
The Woman in White
The Haunted Hotel
The Devil's Spectacles
E. F. Benson:
The Room in the Tower
The Terror by Night…
Nathaniel Hawthorne:
The Birth Mark
The House of the Seven Gables…
Ambrose Bierce:
Can Such Things Be?
Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost Stories
Arthur Machen:
The Great God Pan
The Terror…
William Hope Hodgson:
The House on the Borderland
The Night Land
M. P. Shiel:
Shapes in the Fire
Ralph Adams Cram:
Black Spirits and White
Grant Allen:
The Reverend John Creedy
Dr. Greatrex's Engagement…
Horace Walpole:
The Castle of Otranto
William Thomas Beckford:
Matthew Gregory Lewis:
The Monk
Ann Radcliffe:
The Mysteries of Udolpho
Jane Austen:
Northanger Abbey
Charlotte Brontë:
Jane Eyre
Emily Brontë:
Wuthering Heights
Rudyard Kipling:
The Phantom Rickshaw
Guy de Maupassant:
The Horla
Jerome K. Jerome:
Told After Supper…
Available since: 05/07/2021.
Print length: 22696 pages.

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