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The haunting season, eight ghostly tales for long winter nights

The haunting season, eight ghostly tales for long winter nights
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The haunting season
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eight ghostly tales for long winter nights
Long before Charles Dickens and Henry James popularized the tradition of supernatural horror, the shadowy nights of winter have been a time for people to gather together by the flicker of candlelight and experience the intoxicating thrill of a spooky tale. Now eight bestselling, award-winning authors--all of them master storytellers of the sinister and the macabre--bring the tradition to vivid life in a spellbinding new collection of original spine-tingling tales. Taking you from the frosty fens of the English countryside, to the snow-covered grounds of a haunted estate, to a bustling London Christmas market, these mesmerizing stories will capture your imagination and serve as your indispensable companion to cold, dark nights. So curl up, light a candle, and fall under the ghostly spell of winters past"
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A study in black and white / Bridget Collins -- Thwaite's Tenant / Imogen Hermes Gowar -- The eel singers / Natasha Pulley -- Lily Wilt / Jess Kidd -- The Chillingham chair / Laura Purcell -- The hanging of the greens / Andrew Michael Hurley -- Confinement / Kiran Millwood Hargrave -- Monster / Elizabeth Macneal
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