Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
by M. R. James
Publisher: Edward Arnold 1905
Number of pages: 309
The ghost stories of M.R. James (MRJ) are widely considered to be the best supernatural literature ever written. "Ghost Stories of an Antiquary" was his first collection of short stories to be published (Arnold 1904) and is a fine introduction to this chilling, scholarly author.
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