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Wandering Ghosts By F. Marion Crawford
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Wandering Ghosts is a novel by Francis Marion Crawford. He was an American writer noted for his many novels, especially those set in Italy, and for his classic weird and fantastic stories. This book... More > was published the first in 1894 by G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS.< Less
Wandering Ghosts By F. Marion (Francis Marion) Crawford
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Francis Marion Crawford (August 2, 1854 – April 9, 1909)... More > was an American writer noted for his many novels, especially those set in Italy, and for his classic weird and fantastic stories.Crawford was born in Bagni di Lucca, Italy, the only son of the American sculptor Thomas Crawford and Louisa Cutler Ward, the brother of writer Mary Crawford Fraser (aka Mrs. Hugh Fraser), and the nephew of Julia Ward Howe, the American poet. He studied successively at St Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire; Cambridge University; University of Heidelberg; and the University of Rome.In 1879 he went to India, where he studied Sanskrit and edited in Allahabad The Indian Herald. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Marion_Crawford< Less
Ghost on the Highway By Edward Walters et al.
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What happened to Alice in Wonderland after she was beheaded? Find out in "Ghost on the Highway", an amazing new creative book featuring the verse & tales of Ed Walters, Heather Hutsell,... More > Kurt Wehmann, and Roxanne Nihiline, and cover artwork by the amazing Bede Murphy. If you love poetry & short stories, if you love gothic fairy tales, if you love intoxication, if you love long journeys to unfamiliar places, if you love the other side of dreams, you will love this book. 3 poets, 1 writer verse and Tales of Delirium.< Less
The Ghost in the Tower By Earl H. Reed
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Earl H. Reed (1863-1931) was a Chicago area writer and artist who had a special passion for the dunes along the eastern and southern shores of Lake Michigan, authoring and illustrating several books... More > like The Dune Country (1916), Sketches in Duneland (1918) and The Silver Arrow and Other Indian Romances of the Dune Country (1926). Reed’s two small booklets on Jacobia, the estate of his friend Henry W. Jacobs in southwestern Michigan, were published privately as Sketches in Jacobia (1919) and The Ghost in the Tower: An Episode in Jacobia (1921). The former is a short descriptive narrative while the latter is an intriguing ghost story with particular resonances to modern culture. Both rare booklets are here reprinted for the first time, and represent the only literary artifacts concerning Jacobia, a small but intriguing chapter in the history of southwestern Michigan. Introduction by Douglas A. Anderson.< Less
The Ghost Murder By Luke Allan
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In his new role of thriller-writer, Luke Allan threatens to eclipse the Luke Allan of ‘Western' fame. Blue Pete: Half-Breed, The Blue Wolf and The Lone Trail are cow¬boy stories which... More > remain evergreen in the public memory, but The Man on the Twenty- Fourth Floor, which appeared last season, and The Ghost Murder are thrillers that must steal much of the thunder of his earlier successes. The Ghost Murder tells how a bogus invitation sent eleven ill-assorted people to a gloomy house on a desolate island: how murder was committed, and how any one of those present might well have struck the death blow. It is an excellent thriller in which the element of mystery is admirably sustained.< Less
The Ghosts of Nagasaki By Daniel Clausen
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One night a foreign business analyst in Tokyo sits down in his spacious high rise apartment and begins typing something. The words pour out and exhaust him. He soon realizes that the words appearing... More > on his laptop are memories of his first days in Nagasaki four years ago. Nagasaki was a place of spirits, a garrulous Welsh roommate, and a lingering mystery. Somehow he must finish the story of four years ago--a story that involves a young Japanese girl, the ghost of a dead Japanese writer, and a mysterious island. He must solve this mystery while maneuvering the hazards of middle management, a cruel Japanese samurai, and his own knowledge that if he doesn't solve this mystery soon his heart will transform into a ball of steel, crushing his soul forever. Though he wants to give up his writing, though he wants to let the past rest, within his compulsive writing lies the key to his salvation.< Less
Writer's Guide to the Supernatural South By Brian St.Claire-King & Carl Warner
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A complete reference guide to writing fiction that takes place in the supernatural south, all faithful to the real history, culture, legends and beliefs of the American old South. Contains chapters... More > on the mundane history, culture and geography of the South; on the supernatural beliefs of the South; and on supernatural protagonists.< Less
The Ghost Paints a Portrait By Nancy Parsons
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Stuart Hammer hires ghostwriter Nell Bane to write a “word portrait” of his wife Ramona O’Hara—a companion piece to the oil painting he has commissioned from Nell’s... More > artist friend Ann Fitzmaurice. As they work, the women discover that Hammer not only idolizes his wife, but he idealizes her. And as they peel back the story to reveal the truth, they expose a reality that is quite different from the story Hammer imagines. And when reality and idealism clash, Nell finds herself with an ethics problem that spirals down into scandal.< Less
The Ghost Ties a Double Knot By Nancy Parsons
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Prentice and Arabella Eton, an elderly couple deeply-committed to their philanthropic interests, want to leave a legacy to their great-grandchildren that is more than financial. The Etons want the... More > heirs to understand their family roots and heritage and to appreciate the stewardship that their inherited wealth will demand. The couple hires ghostwriter Nell Bane to write a double memoir that tells the individual and joint stories of husband and wife. When the Etons present the finished memoir to the great-grandchildren, they request Nell’s presence and Nell finds herself mediating the differences between the generations and trying to diffuse the violent emotions that erupt. Ethics, psychology and intrigue are the hallmarks of a Nell Bane novel. As the ghostwriter delves into her clients’ stories, she is drawn into their lives as well.< Less
GHOST WRITER: Mary Ludlam Scudder: Silent for 300 Years, She Returns to Tell Her Story By Phyllis Rowland
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Mary Ludlam, a young Puritan child of the 17th Century, leaves Matlock, England, and sails to the New World with her family. Here, under the strict Mosaic Law enforced by the Puritan government,... More > women are subservient to men. Mary's uncle warns her to guard her tongue, lest she face the gallows, accused of being either a heretic or a witch. When Mary is seventeen she marries Thom Scudder who is delighted by Mary’s wit and wisdom and is pleased to give her unusual freedom for the time. On her husband’s deathbed, she promises to write the story of the struggles and tragedies she has faced, as well as the joy she has found in her husband and family. Thom says,“That is God’s purpose for you, Mary, so others may gain courage by your example.” Not until 300 years later does she find a way to complete her task.< Less

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