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Midnight Never Comes / Ash Tree Press (inc. Latin Master; Mary King’s Close; St Asphodel and St Jonquil; Father" O’Flynn and Fressingfold Friezes; The Snug; Sheelagh-na-gig; Bury My Heart at Southerham; Scent of Oranges; Galilean; Mouth of Medusa etc )

By: Roden, Barbara / Christopher / Ash Tree Press (inc.Stephen Volk; Colin Mackay; Michael Chislett; Tina Rath; Terry Lamsley; Rosemary Pardoe; John Whitbourn; Jonathan Aycliffe; Marni Griffin; David G Rowlands; Ron Weighell; Rhys Hughes; Simon Clark; etc)

Price: $230.93

Publisher: Ashcroft, British Columbia, Ashcroft BC ( previously Pennyffordd, Chester, UK ): Ash Tree Press, 1997, 1st Edition, First Printing: 1997

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed (see description)

Seller ID: 163018

ISBN: 1899562346

Condition: Fine (see description)


-----------hardcover, a Fine copy in a Fine dustjacket, signed by Lamsley, Rath and Griffin --In 1961, ghost story writer H.R. Wakefield stated bluntly, ‘I believe ghost story writing to be a dying art . . .’ This pessimistic statement has been echoed down through the decades since the Second World War, an event which, for many, seems to signify the end of the Golden Age of ghost stories. --Are those people correct who claim that the modern world, with its all-too-real technological horrors, is no place for the ghost story, with its seemingly gentler terrors? Or is there still room today ... View more info