DEAD WOMAN AND OTHER HAUNTING EXPERIENCES. New York: St. Martin's Press, . Octavo, boards. First U.S. edition. The author's fifth collection of short fiction. Seven weird and supernatural tales. "Elizabeth Walter makes considerable use of lonely and remote places, where nature imposes its own rules, in order to create the atmosphere for her hauntings. Where nature has already staked its claim, the supernatural cannot be far behind. Thus the rugged coastlines of Cornwall and Wales, lashed by the sea and winds and already hostile, become the settings for reawakened horrors ... If Walter's work must be likened to any classic author, her sense of place gives her an affinity with Algernon Blackwood, but her characterization and skewed perspective of hauntings is closer to the approach of Walter de la Mare." - Mike Ashley in Pringle (ed) St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost & Gothic Writers, p. 620. Ashley, Who's Who in Horror and Fantasy Fiction, pp. 178-79. Reginald 36418. Review copy with publisher's review slip affixed to front paste-down. Mild foxing to top edge of text block, else a fine copy in fine dust jacket. Scarce. (#154182).
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