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Supernatural Sherlocks : stories from the golden age of the occult detective / edited and introduced by Nick Rennison.

Rennison, Nick, 1955- (editor,, writer of introduction.).
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Mooresville PL - Mooresville FIC SUP (Text) 37323005405272 NEW-BKS Checked out 10/09/2018

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  • ISBN: 9781843449751
  • ISBN: 1843449757
  • Physical Description: 287 pages ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: Harpenden, Herts : No Exit Press, 2017.

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Formatted Contents Note:
The mark of the beast / Rudyard Kipling -- In Kropfsberg Keep / Ralph Adams Cram -- Number ninety / BM Croker -- An expiation / Arabella Kenealy -- The blue room / Lettice Galbraith -- The story of Yand Manor House / E and H Heron -- The brown hand / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle -- The dead hand / LT Meade & Robert Eustace -- The gateway of the monster / William Hope Hodgson -- The boy of Blackstock / Alice and Claude Askew -- The Governess's story / Amyas Northcote -- The voice in the night / WJ Wintle -- The death hound / Dion Fortune -- The shunned house / HP Lovercraft -- The shut room / Henry S Whitehead.
Summary, etc.:
"The ghost of a poor Afghan returns to haunt the doctor who once amputated his hand. A mysterious and malignant force inhabits a room in an ancestral home and attacks all who sleep in it. A man who desecrates an Indian temple is transformed into a ravening beast. A castle in the Tyrol is the setting for an aristocratic murderer's apparent resurrection. In the stories in this collection, horrors from beyond the grave and other dimensions visit the everyday world and demand to be investigated...The period between 1890 and 1930 was a Golden Age for the occult detective. Famous authors like Kipling and Conan Doyle wrote stories about them, as did less familiar writers such as the occultist and magician Dion Fortune and Henry S. Whitehead, a friend of H. P. Lovecraft and fellow-contributor to the pulp magazines of the period. Nick Rennison has chosen 15 tales from that era to raise the hair and chill the spines of modern readers."--Amazon.com
Subject: Private investigators > England > Fiction.
Spirits > Fiction.
Monsters > Fiction.
Short stories, English.
Horror tales, English.
Detective and mystery stories, English.
Genre: Short stories.
Detective and mystery fiction.
Horror fiction.
Paranormal fiction.
Short stories, English.

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