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The horror of the heights & other strange…

The horror of the heights & other strange tales (original 1890; edition 2010)

by Arthur Conan Doyle

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Title:The horror of the heights & other strange tales
Authors:Arthur Conan Doyle
Info:Fall River Press, New York, NY.
Collections:Your library
Tags:2019, Fiction, Short stories, Ghost stories

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The Horror of the Heights and Other Strange Tales by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1890)



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What a marvelous collection of tales from the man who most notably created and then tried to kill Sherlock Holmes! Absolutely scarifying and deliciously creative stories which predate most modern horror masters, including Lovecraft and King. ( )
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A collection of fourteen vintage stories, told as only a master of the Victorian terror tale can tell them. In these sophisticated stories ouls change bodies, monsters haunt the upper atmosphere, seances summon creatures from the astral plane, and mummies stalk the fog shrouded street of London. It features the best of Doyle's incomparable tales of the macabre.… (more)

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