TALES THAT ENTHRAL [sic, i.e. ENTHRALL]: A SELECTION OF TWENTY-NINE OF THE WORLD'S BEST SHORT STORIES. London: Richards, n. d. [1930]. Octavo, pp. [i-iv] v-viii 9-256, original blue-gray boards, front and spine panels stamped in black. First edition. Collects twenty-nine short stories of humor, horror, irony, pathos and fantasy by Robert Burns, Alexander Pushkin, Grenville Murray, O. Henry, Henry Lawson, Edith Nesbit, M. P. Shiel, Henri Barbusse and others, all printed in the London DAILY HERALD during the previous three years. Almost all are reprints of older stories but the editor states that Nesbit's "A Christmas Criminal," a sentimental Christmas story, was published for the first time in the newspaper and was her last published work before her death. Accompanied by short biographical notes on the authors. Bleiler (1978), p. 57. Not in Reginald (1979; 1992). Slight fading to spine and and part of boards, a very good copy of a cheaply made book. Uncommon. (#145120).

Price: $25.00

See all items in Ghost Stories, Supernatural
See more items by
Printing identification statement for this book:
No statement of printing.