London: John Murray, 1919. First Edition. Octavo. pp.314. Bound in publisher's green cloth, with titles in black to front board and spine. Binding is rubbed and bumped to corners and spine ends, with a slight lean, and a little spotting to front edge of text block. Internally clean and free from foxing. One of Benson's chief works in the field of the supernatural and ghostly, which, in a frankly bizarre turn of literary biography, was to earn him the praise of H.P. Lovecraft. Item #44791
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