Presented within are nine examples of the finest horror and supernatural literature ever written. Inspired by a series of dreams and nightmares, Helen Leys, writing under the pseudonym Eleanor Scott, crafted these stories of suspense and terror, atmosphere and dread, in 1929 - and never again wrote in this genre; Randalls Round has not been available in the UK since that year.
Chilling tales of suspense, antiquity and sacrifice; spine-tingling stories of possession, ancestry, and evil. This collection of deliciously crafted, ghoulish tales are some of the most sought-after by aficionados of the genre and include the superlative 'Celui-la', 'At Simmel Acres Farm' and 'The Twelve Apostles'. Over 80 years have passed since their original publication and the passage of time has left their thrall undiminished; these historic, macabre tales unsettle the modern reader just as effectively as their predecessors.
""An excellent Collection and one that is very welcome back into print."" - Black Static
"5 Stars - "Delightful English ghost stories""
"5 Stars - "undeservedly obscure""
"4 Stars - "A good, solid collection of tales for the ghost story connoisseur.""
"4 Stars - "A tentacle, both slimy and hairy""
OTHER RARE, CLASSIC HORROR LITERATURE FROM OLEANDER TEDIOUS BRIEF TALES OF GRANTA AND GRAMARYE by Ingulphus (Cut & Paste 9780906672860 to search)
THE HOLE OF THE PIT by Adrian Ross (Cut & Paste 978-0900891861 to search)
STONEGROUND GHOST TALES by EG Swain (Cut & Paste 9780906672433 to search)