Great Britain: Everyman's Library , 1978. Printed in Great Britain, published in the USA. B/w illustrations. Collection of stories by Edgar Allan Poe, W. Wilkie Collins, Mrs. Oliphant, Bram Stoker, Frances Marion Crawford, Algernon Blackwood, Hugh Walpole and others. Our condition grades are listed under Bookseller Information. . Paperback. About (Very Good Plus). Illus. by Photo cover by Chris Yates.
Dowrick, Stephanie (editor) (W. Wilkie Collins; Mrs Oliphant; Bram Stoker; Guy de Maupassant; Robert Louis Stevenson; F. Marion Crawford; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; M. R. James; Algernon Blackwood; Saki; Hugh Walpole; Edgar Allan Poe)
London: J. M. Dent - Everyman's Library, 1978. (xi) 207 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a crease on the spine; store stamped. This anthology contains: The Dream Woman by W. Wilkie Collins; The Open Door by Mrs Oliphant; The Judge's House by Bram Stoker; The Hand by Guy de Maupassant; The Body Snatcher by Robert Louis Stevenson; The Screaming Skull by F. Marion Crawford; The Yellow Wall Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Lost Hearts by M. R. James; Keeping His Promise by Algernon Blackwood; The Music on the Hill by Saki (H. H. Munro;) Tarnhelm by Hugh Walpole; and The Black Cat by Edgar Allan Poe.. First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good.
1st Paperback Printing. British Dent Dutton Everyman's Books #1266, 1978, 1st paperback printing, rare British horror occult vintage paperback, classic tales by great writers, nice copy, bright and firm, as new, near Fine.
1st Paperback Printing. British Dent Dutton Everyman's Library #1266, 1976, 1st paperback printing, rare British horror vinatge paperback, classic stories, great ghostly cover art, nice copy, bright and firm, minor wear to spine and edges, still almost as new, near Fine.
Everyman's Publishing -, 1992. PB/pub.1992/Gd. condition/206 pages - None of the stories in this vintage and spine-chilling collection will soothe the nervous. Their style, imagination, the fine story telling and command of the sup ernatural are guaranteed to make each one turn t he reader cold with fear. [KE519339]. Soft Cover. Good.
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