Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales

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Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales, published in 1991, is a collection of short stories by the author of the Redwall series, Brian Jacques. Publisher's Weekly said of the book that "Jacques's collection of original ghost stories features 'the requisite apparitions, vampires and satanic incarnations, all spun with a distinctly English flair'."[1]

Included are:

  • The Fate of Thomas P. Kanne
  • Jamie and the Vampires
  • Allie Alma
  • The Lies of Henry Mawdsley
  • Bridgey
  • The Sad History of Gilly Bodkin
  • R.S.B. Limited

References[edit]

  1. ^ Editorial Reviews of 'Seven Strange and Ghostly Tales'., amazon.com. Retrieved 7 November 2013.