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Strange Tales from "The Strand" By Edited by Jack Adrian

Strange Tales from "The Strand"
by Edited by Jack Adrian

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Twenty-nine tales of the weird and uncanny by authors such as Graham Greene, Conan Doyle, D.H. Lawrence, Edgar Wallace, H.G. Wells, Sapper, and E. Nesbit. The tales are not simply ghost stories, but tales of unnatural disasters, horrifying monsters, of madness and revenge and comic fantasies.
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Strange Tales from "The Strand" by Edited by Jack Adrian

Containing 29 stories, all originally published in the "Strand" magazine, this collection provides a mix of horror and the supernatural for all lovers of the macabre. In addition to ghost stories, there are tales of unnatural disasters, of horrifying monsters, of madness and revenge, and even comic fantasies. As well as contributions from Conan Doyle, H.G. Wells, and Sapper, there are stories from the more unlikely pens of Graham Greene, D.H. Lawrence, and Hugh Walpole.

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About Edited by Jack Adrian

About the Editor Jack Adrian is the author of several thrillers as well as war and science fiction novels. An authority on this century's popular and genre fiction, he has compiled a number of anthologies and single-author collections, and has edited E.F. Benson, and Desirable Residences and Other Stories.

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Strange Tales from "The Strand" by Edited by Jack Adrian
Edited by Jack Adrian
Used - Very Good
Oxford University Press
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