Tom Ossington's Ghost
by Richard Marsh
Publisher: James Bowden 1898
Number of pages: 318
Two single young women take a charming country house at a surprisingly low rent. Odd things begin happening. The house is invaded by a starving burglar and a ragged raving woman. Odder still, these two down-and-outs are haunted by the ghost of the man who once lived there.
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