Remember the Dead

REMEMBER THE DEAD
AT HALLOWEEN AND CHRISTMAS
-edited by J.A. Mains-

Available November 2019

Remember the Dead at Halloween features:
The Three Damsels. A Tale of Halloween by David Lyndsay
The Ghost by J.K. Paulding
The Female Wrecker and the House of Mystery by Erskine Neale
Macculloch’s Courtship by Hugh Miller
The Maidens of Braehead (Anonymous)
Seeing a Ghost (Anonymous)
A Hallowe’en Escapade by Susan Mullen
The Sweetest Spell of All by Ralli West
His Dark Design: A Carse o’ Gowrie Hallowe’en Story by ‘Deborah’
The Graveyard by Alphonse Courland
All Souls’ Night by Eleanor Fitzgerald Freeman
The Sword by Rachel Swete Macnamara
All Hallows’ E’en by ‘M.B.’
Thus Said Calum the Keeper by Iain Frangan Caimbeul

Remember the Dead at Christmas features:
The Black Ring by Marie Rose Blaze de Bury
The Ghost of Stanton Hall (Anonymous)
Mrs Brown’s Ghost Story (Anonymous)
Christmas Day in England by Mary Anne Barker
The Hidden Shrift by Dr. Maurice Davies
The Pearl Princess by Augustus Cheltenham
The White Lady by E. Nesbit
Rosamund’s Ghost by ‘Sigma’
The Lady of Mistletoe by Mary Hall
The Ghost of the Grampians by ‘A.T.R.’
The Ghost of Beckenham Grange by Julius Friend


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Details

  • Format ~ Anthology
  • Length (H/B) ~ 340 pages
  • Length (P/B) ~ 504 pages
  • Published ~ 30th November 2019

Black Shuck Books is proud to present REMEMBER THE DEAD, two complete anthologies of Halloween and Christmas ghost stories in one volume. British Fantasy Award-winning editor J.A. Mains has once again curated a collection of outstanding stories – including a previously unknown tale by E. Nesbit – originally published throughout the 19th and early-20th centuries, and rarely-seen since. With an introduction by Mike Ashley and notes on the authors by the editor, REMEMBER THE DEAD is another important volume for those interested in the Victorian era of supernatural tales.
The hardback edition will be strictly limited to 50 copies worldwide, individually numbered and signed by the editor.