Great American Ghost Stories

Great American Ghost Stories This terrifying anthology contains some of the best in American ghost stories from some of the best American short fiction writers Includes Double Vision Mary Higgins Clark This is Death Donald E W

  • Title: Great American Ghost Stories
  • Author: Frank D. McSherry Jr. Charles G. Waugh Nancy Varian Berberick Manly Wade Wellman Jack L. Chalker Talmage Powell H.P. Lovecraft Burton Kline
  • ISBN: 9781558535817
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • This terrifying anthology contains some of the best in American ghost stories, from some of the best American short fiction writers.Includes Double Vision, Mary Higgins Clark This is Death, Donald E Westlake Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes, Harlan Ellison Little Jimmy, Lester del Rey Poor Little Saturday, Madeleine L Engle On 202, Jeff Hecht Ransom Cowl Walks the Road, NaThis terrifying anthology contains some of the best in American ghost stories, from some of the best American short fiction writers.Includes Double Vision, Mary Higgins Clark This is Death, Donald E Westlake Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes, Harlan Ellison Little Jimmy, Lester del Rey Poor Little Saturday, Madeleine L Engle On 202, Jeff Hecht Ransom Cowl Walks the Road, Nancy Varian Berberick School for the Unspeakable, Manly Wade Wellman The Stormsong Runner, Jack L Chalker Harry s Ghost, Talmage Powell Herbert West Reanimator, H.P Lovecraft Caller in the Night, Burton Kline Professor Kate, Margarte St Clair The Guns of William Longley, Donald Hamilton Clay Shuttered Doors, Helen R Hull The Stranger, Ambrose Bierce Night Side, Joyce Carol Oates Drawer 14, Talmage Powell The Jest of Warburg Tantavul, Seabury Quinn One of the Dead, William Wood Emmett, Dahlov Ipcar Night Court, Mary Elizabeth Counselman The Boarded Window, Ambrose Bierce The Ghosts of Steamboat Coulee, Arthur J Burks He Walked by Day, Julius LongThe Phantom Farmhouse, Seabury Quinn Stillwater, 1896, Michael Cassutt Ride the Thunder, Jack Cady The Resting Place, Oliver LaFarge

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    2 thoughts on “Great American Ghost Stories

    1. Frank D. McSherry Jr. Charles G. Waugh Nancy Varian Berberick Manly Wade Wellman Jack L. Chalker Talmage Powell H.P. Lovecraft Burton Kline says:

      Frank D. McSherry Jr. Charles G. Waugh Nancy Varian Berberick Manly Wade Wellman Jack L. Chalker Talmage Powell H.P. Lovecraft Burton Kline Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Great American Ghost Stories book, this is one of the most wanted Frank D. McSherry Jr. Charles G. Waugh Nancy Varian Berberick Manly Wade Wellman Jack L. Chalker Talmage Powell H.P. Lovecraft Burton Kline author readers around the world.

    2. Each of the ghost stories is markedly different from the others, the biggest plus to this book. And while I have read a few of Mary Higgins Clark's novels, I find them to be light, with nothing meaningful or lasting, nothing that I will recall about any of them in the future. It is unfortunate that they gave her the lead story but I suppose she has the name recognition. Her story is like her novels, just ok, but there are much better ones by other authors. The two I liked most were Donald E. Wes [...]

    3. I read a quarter of this book and had to put it down. I'm a huge fan of ghost stories, but all of the ones I read were just boring. So disappointing.

    4. Once upon a time I really loved to read scary stories -- the kind that would keep you awake at night because you'd scared yourself silly. This book really wasn't that. It had some great ghost stories in it, and some fantastic writers, but not very many were the kind to scare you -- though some did make you think.Little Jimmy by Lester Del Ray was especially good. My other favorite story in the bunch was Poor Little Saturday by Madeline L'Engle (I think its time to pick up A Wrinkle in Time again [...]

    5. A number of the stories included in this book I did like, but there were some that were just plain bizarre or really boringmething I wasn't expecting because the authors of the stories are some of the best known in the horror genre.

    6. I enjoyed this book, but was disappointed when I realized it was not true life ghost stories.Still, in all, a worthwhile read.

    7. Some of the stories were awesomed some were definitely NOT. That about evens out to three stars I think :).

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