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Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce (1842-circa 1914) was an American author, journalist, short story writer and satirist who disappeared in 1913 under mysterious circumstances and was never seen again.

"The Moonlit Road" is a brilliant and eerie ghost story which recounts a terrible murder of a woman from three different viewpoints: first from the perspective of the son of the murdered woman; second from the perspective of the murderer - the woman's husband, whose brain has been so afflicted by the experience that he has amnesia and does not know his true identity; and third from the posthumous perspective of the victim as told via a medium.

Public Domain (P)2017 Red Door Audiobooks

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