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NO-MAN'S-LAND & Other Supernatural Stories (Mystery & Horror Series): The Watcher by the Threshold, Space, The Keeper of Cademuir, A Journey of Little Profit, The Outgoing of the Tide, The Grove of Ashtaroth, Basilissa & Fullcircle

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Length: 239 pages9 hours

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“No-man's-land” – A beast is at large in wilderness, hunting cattle and murdering unsuspecting people, what happens when a man comes face-to-face with it?
“The Watcher by the Threshold” – An unmentionable creature piggybacks a man from his near-death experience . . .
“Space” – A brilliant mathematician theorizes the existence of a new dimension but it is not uninhabited, something lurks there . . .
“The Keeper of Cademuir” – a man is trapped in a trap laid by poachers and lies dying until. . “A Journey of Little Profit” – a shepherd is transformed into a nice person but why and how?
“The Outgoing of the Tide” – jealousy and witchcraft never go well for anyone
“The Grove of Ashtaroth” – a home in African wilderness with an ancient temple in its vicinity affects its new occupant.
“Basilissa” – a curious nightmare leading to a deadly countdown or is it a warning?
“Fullcircle” – a haunted new-house and a doomed family . . .
John Buchan (1875-1940) was a Scottish novelist and historian and also served as Canada's Governor General. His 100 works include nearly thirty novels, seven collections of short stories and biographies. But, the most famous of his books were the adventure and spy thrillers and it is for these that he is now best remembered.
"It was with a light heart and a pleasing consciousness of holiday that I set out from the inn at Allermuir to tramp my fifteen miles into the unknown. I walked slowly, for I carried my equipment on my back . . ." (No-Man's-Land)

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