First American edition of the 15 finest stories in the supernatural genre by the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Superlative examples of Doyle's superior narrative style, these are well-plotted, powerfully descriptive tales of the occult, spiritualism, Egyptian magic, psychometry, ghosts, demoniacal poss... read more
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First American edition of the 15 finest stories in the supernatural genre by the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Superlative examples of Doyle's superior narrative style, these are well-plotted, powerfully descriptive tales of the occult, spiritualism, Egyptian magic, psychometry, ghosts, demoniacal possession, etc. Introduction by E. F. Bleiler.
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