The Clock Strikes Twelve and Other Stories Collects seven highlighted stories taken from the original hardcover edition

  • Title: The Clock Strikes Twelve and Other Stories
  • Author: H. Russell Wakefield Paul Lowe
  • ISBN: 9781899562459
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Collects seven highlighted stories taken from the original hardcover edition.

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    1. Why I Write Ghost Stories • (1946)Into Outer Darkness • (1938) The Alley • (1940) Jay Walkers • (1940) Ingredient X • (1940) "I Recognized the Voice" • (1946) Farewell Performance • (1940) In Collaboration • (1940)Lucky's Grove • (1940)Happy Ending? • (1940) The First Sheaf • (1940)Used Car • (1932) Death of a Poacher • (1935)

    2. Some Very Good StoriesAs it is probably pretty apparent by this time that I am a fan of Wakefield's stories (despite certain opinions of the feminine species) it shouldn't surprise you to know that I have enjoyed this one very much. Although, to be honest, not quite as much as his others. The stories just didn't seem as strong or stealthily creepy as some of his other collections. The strongest in my opinion: 1. The Jaywalkers- Horrible title but very enjoyable story.2. Lucky's Grove- Just about [...]

    3. A finely crafted collection of stories from Wakefield. 'Weird' fiction is a much over-used phrase - too often tales of either an overtly supernatural or psychological nature rely on tropes which can lessen their effect and leave them stranded in the realm of the disappointingly prosaic. The best ‘Weird’ fiction weaves a genuinely disturbing web, never quite admitting the reader into its dark heart, but leaving a chill via cryptic hints and disturbing insinuations. H.R Hartley, author of ‘T [...]

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