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Ghosts and More Ghosts Hardcover – October 12, 1963
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And one more thing: the reason Mr. Arthur could see Americans as outsiders see us is that he was an outsider himself--a British expat, as some of his idioms make clear.
So sit back, turn out the lights, and prepare, not for mindless entertainment, but for thought-provoking self-examination.
The lead story, "Footsteps Invisible," is a nice scary story with a rather surprising ending.
I bought this one largely on the basis of my foggy memory of "The Rose-Crystal Bell," which I had thought was a retelling of the classic "The Monkey's Paw."
It turned out to be pretty good, but lacking the truly chilling punch of the other story, which is a true masterwork to keep you up at night.
"The Wonderful Day" injects some real humor as a great "what if" story.
The other stories found here are also really good.
If you have a nostalgic streak, you can't go wrong here.
I wanted my kids to read these stories, and they have liked it too. The cover art is just like my book, and adds to the eerie feeling.
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