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The Complete Horror Books of F Marion Crawford - Gothic Tales of Supernatural Horror and Psychological Terror - cover

The Complete Horror Books of F Marion Crawford - Gothic Tales of Supernatural Horror and Psychological Terror

Francis Marion Crawford

Publisher: Good Press

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In 'The Complete Horror Books of F. Marion Crawford', readers delve into a collection of chilling and atmospheric tales that showcase the author's mastery of the horror genre. Known for his gothic and supernatural themes, Crawford's writing style is rich in descriptive detail and creates a sense of unease that lingers long after the stories have ended. Set in various locations, from Italy to the wilds of New England, these stories offer a glimpse into the darker side of human nature. With elements of hauntings, curses, and psychological terror, Crawford's work is a must-read for fans of classic horror literature. Francis Marion Crawford, a prolific writer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, drew inspiration from his extensive travels and diverse experiences. His interest in the supernatural and the macabre is evident in his horror fiction, where he explores the boundaries between the natural and the supernatural with a keen eye for detail and atmosphere. I highly recommend 'The Complete Horror Books of F. Marion Crawford' to readers who appreciate the art of storytelling and enjoy being transported to eerie and unsettling worlds. Crawford's unique blend of gothic elements and psychological tension makes this collection a captivating read for any fan of classic horror literature.
Available since: 12/10/2023.
Print length: 1271 pages.

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