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Summary

A collection of spine chilling short stories by M. R. James, Saki, Lord Byron, and Ambrose Bierce.

©2012 Saland Publishing (P)2012 Saland Publishing

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All ok, none outstanding

All ok stories but nothing special and the narrators are average.

Stories included:

1) Fragment of a Novel - Lord Byron (George Gordon)
2) Present at a Hanging - Ambrose Bierce
3) The Ash Tree - M. R. James
4) The (Minister's) Black Veil - Nathaniel Hawthorne
5) An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge - Ambrose Bierce
6) Tobermory - Saki (H. H. Monroe)

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  • Robert
  • 13-06-13

Don't Bother!

I'm always on the look-out for classic horror/ghost stories. Although the material they are reading is great, the narrators are not. One felt like they were reading one long run-on sentence, while another narrator sounded like he was reading the news! Don't bother with this one.

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