by Richard Marsh
Publisher: Hurst & Blackett 1901
Number of pages: 325
Famed dark novelist Richard Marsh collections a series of stories that are interlinked, dark, mysterious yet with an air of romance. Reviewed by some as folly and others as pure genius. Exciting and fast paced, this is an easy book to read through even at nearly three hundred pages.
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by Richard Marsh - John Lane
'If Christ were to come again to London, in this present year of grace, how would He be received, and what would happen?' 'I will try to show you,' replied the Scribe. These following pages represent the Scribe's attempt to achieve the impossible.
by Richard Marsh - Skeffington
'The Beetle' is a masterpiece of horror and occult fiction, originally published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'. Marsh's novel involves an Eastern invader with supernatural powers coming to England to attack a beautiful woman ...
by Richard Marsh - James Bowden
Two single young women take a charming country house at a surprisingly low rent. Odd things begin happening. The house is invaded by a starving burglar and a ragged raving woman. Odder still, these two down-and-outs are haunted by the ghost ...
by Richard Marsh - Methuen & Co.
The stories feature an eclectic mix of humour, crime, romance and the occult. Contents: The long Arm of Coincidence; The Mask; An Experience; Pourquoipas; By Suggestion; A Silent Witness; To be used against him; The Words of a Little Child; etc.