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"IF THEY EVER PRODUCED A STORY ABOUT INTERWAR ENGLISHMEN "they ever produced a story about interwar Englishmen "A WALKING TOUR HOW LIKELY IS THAT THE REMAINDER "walking tour how likely is THAT The remainder the stories tend toward the sentimental especially House o Dreams but are ite fine nonetheless with one glaring exception Corner Cottage seems very carelessly written Burrage makes the same point over and over even Winners Dream using the same phrases this must ve been a throwaway written in great haste The plot is okay not much different from the entries in the first half of the book but the delivery isnfortunate Still just one clinker in a batch of 26 and the 26 being pleasantly varied in setting is a great achievement and I look forward to reading the rest of the seriesI never did get around to reading the other. Ntents page did not at one time or another feature his nameHis speciality was the light hearted love story but his fame today rests on his tales of the supernatural His talent in this direction was recognised by both Sir Ar. Here is what I of this book when I read it "13 years agoOK I just read INTRUDERS NEW WEIRD TALES and "years agoOK I ve just read INTRUDERS NEW WEIRD TALES and m here to announce that you are all right Always good seldom spectacular does indeed apply to the first ten stories or so which all satisfy but lack that certain something that makes a story a favorite But the meat of the collection is sandwiched in the middle appropriately enough with In the Waters Under the Earth Burrage throws a bone heh heh to the creature fan eg me The following In the Waters Under the Earth Burrage throws a bone heh heh to the creature fan eg me The following tales are the most macabre in the book The Lady of Graeme akin to Blackwood s The Camp of the Dog but with a much different ending The Box in the Attic a cousin of The Waxwork The Caricature and the most disturbing of all The Sisters of Changton Margery which wo. During the first four decades of this century Alfred McLelland Burrage 1889–1956 was one of the most prolific British writers of short popular fiction There was scarcely a mainstream weekly fortnightly or monthly whose Co. ,
Books before selling them out of financial necessity but SOON I will read them in their new ebook incarnations We know AMBurrage as one of the most prolific authors in the genre that is broadly classified as supernatural horror But the main reasons behind his success was not his prolific nature but the consistent laity that he maintained across so many stories over decades In "this collection alone we find short taut capable of raising the hair behind one s neck stories that are "collection alone we find short taut stories of raising the hair behind one s neck stories that are delightful because of their gentle humour and stories that are poignant reminiscent of love loss death and sorrow The stories are
REALLY GOOD AND I WOULD DEFINITELYgood and I would definitely to come back to them again when the evening becomes stormy and the house becomes lonely Recommende. Thur Conan Doyle and MR JamesIntruders is the first in a four book set collecting together the bulk of Burrage's supernatural fiction Of the twenty six stories in this volume only three have been published in bookform befor.
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