The Ash-Tree Press Annual Macabre 1998

The Ash Tree Press Annual Macabre In this the second Ash Tree Press Annual Macabre the focus is on half a dozen authors whose names are not inevitably associated with the tale of the supernatural Yet all six W Somerset Maugham Arth

  • Title: The Ash-Tree Press Annual Macabre 1998
  • Author: Jack Adrian Hilaire Belloc Rob Suggs W. Somerset Maugham Arthur Ransome Ford Madox Ford E.C.Bentley
  • ISBN: 9781899562626
  • Page: 212
  • Format: None
  • In this, the second Ash Tree Press Annual Macabre, the focus is on half a dozen authors whose names are not inevitably associated with the tale of the supernatural Yet all six W Somerset Maugham, Arthur Ransome, Ford Madox Ford, E.C.Bentley, Hilaire Belloc, and John Buchan are undisputed masters of the narrative form, and here in Told in the Inn at Algeciras , Post MorIn this, the second Ash Tree Press Annual Macabre, the focus is on half a dozen authors whose names are not inevitably associated with the tale of the supernatural Yet all six W Somerset Maugham, Arthur Ransome, Ford Madox Ford, E.C.Bentley, Hilaire Belloc, and John Buchan are undisputed masters of the narrative form, and here in Told in the Inn at Algeciras , Post Mortem , The Medium s End , Exactly As It Happened , The Unpleasant Room , and Ho The Merry Masons respectively bring a new vitality to an old medium, and prove that literary renown is no obstacle to telling a gripping and chilling story.These six tales, assembled and introduced by Jack Adrian, have remained out of print since their initial publication as many as ninety years ago both the Maugham and the Buchan qualify as lost stories, since neither appears in their respective author s bibliographies Elegantly told by some of the finest writers of the century, the tales in Annual Macabre 1998 make perfect reading for dark winter nights.Contents Introduction by Jack Adrian Told in the Inn at Algeciras by W Somerset Maugham Post Mortem by Arthur Ransome The Medium s End by Ford Madox Ford Exactly As It Happened by E.C.Bentley The Unpleasant Room by Hilaire Belloc Ho The Merry Masons by John Buchan.Jacket art is by Rob Suggs Limited to 500 copies.

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    2 thoughts on “The Ash-Tree Press Annual Macabre 1998

    1. Jack Adrian Hilaire Belloc Rob Suggs W. Somerset Maugham Arthur Ransome Ford Madox Ford E.C.Bentley says:

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    2. This slender volume of ghost stories, an annual tradition issued by Canadian Ash-Tree Press for several years, was quite good as well as interesting. The theme was authors who rarely, or never wrote ghost stories and certainly weren't known, except for Buchan, for their macabre output. These are all stories of the "classic" Jamesian nature only marred by an over-reliance on the unnecessary "club tale" as a framing device, probably an artifact of each author's unfamiliarity of writing in the genr [...]

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