Classic Tales of Horror, ed. by Robin Brockman, Only $.99!

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Table of Contents

The Mortal Immortal • (1833) • short story by Mary Shelley
A Vine on a House • [Some Haunted Houses] • (1905) • short story by Ambrose Bierce
Green Tea • [Martin Hesselius] • (1872) • novelette by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
Hurst of Hurstcote • (1893) • short story by E. Nesbit
The Mysterious Stranger • (1854) • novelette by Karl von Wachsmann (trans. of Der Fremde 1844) [as by Anonymous]
The Bottle Imp • (1891) • novelette by Robert Louis Stevenson
Dracula’s Guest • [Dracula] • (1914) • short story by Bram Stoker
Wandering Willie’s Tale • [Redgauntlet Excerpts] • (1824) • short story by Sir Walter Scott
Circumstance • (1860) • short story by Harriet Prescott Spofford
The Lifted Veil • (1859) • novella by George Eliot
One Summer Night • (1906) • short story by Ambrose Bierce
The Dream Woman • (1874) • novelette by Wilkie Collins (variant of The Dream-Woman)
The Lost Ghost • (1903) • short story by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Carmilla • [Martin Hesselius] • (1872) • novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
The Banshee’s Warning • (1990) • short story by Mrs. J. H. Riddell (variant of Hertford O’Donnell’s Warning 1867)
Clarimonde • (1882) • novelette by Théophile Gautier (trans. of La morte amoureuse 1836)
The Upper Berth • (1885) • novelette by F. Marion Crawford
Thurlow’s Christmas Story • (1894) • short story by John Kendrick Bangs

The cover is disappointingly different, but the price is right and these are great stories. Highly recommended!

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