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The Algernon Blackwood Megapack collects 36 classic tales of the supernatural by one of the greatest ghost story writers of all time. More than just ghosts, however, this collection includes tales of vampires and other creatures of the night...and much, much more. Nearly 1,300 pages of great reading!


THE SINGULAR DEATH OF MORTON

THE OLIVE

ANCIENT LIGHTS

THE KIT-BAG

THE OCCUPANT OF THE ROOM

A HAUNTED ISLAND

THE CENTAUR

THE DAMNED

THE WOLVES OF GOD

CHINESE MAGIC

RUNNING WOLF

FIRST HATE

THE TARN OF SACRIFICE

THE VALLEY OF THE BEASTS

THE CALL

EGYPTIAN SORCERY

THE DECOY

THE MAN WHO FOUND OUT (A NIGHTMARE)

THE EMPTY SLEEVE

WIRELESS CONFUSION

CONFESSION

THE LANE THAT RAN EAST AND WEST

VENGEANCE IS MINE

THE WILLOWS

THE WENDIGO

JOHN SILENCE, CASE 1: A PSYCHICAL INVASION

JOHN SILENCE, CASE II: ANCIENT SORCERIES

JOHN SILENCE, CASE III: THE NEMESIS OF FIRE

JOHN SILENCE, CASE IV: SECRET WORSHIP

JOHN SILENCE, CASE V: THE CAMP OF THE DOG

JOHN SILENCE, CASE VI: A VICTIM OF HIGHER SPACE

THE REGENERATION OF LORD ERNIE

THE SACRIFICE

A DESCENT INTO EGYPT

WAYFARERS

ACCESSORY BEFORE THE FACT


And don't forget to search this ebook store for "Wildside Megapack" to see more entries in this series, covering classic authors and subjects like mysteries, science fiction, westerns, ghost stories -- and much, much more!

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