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One or two more spots of escalation would have been ideal, but it's still functional as a shivery story. Victorian horror is often about eliciting a mood and this does that quite well.
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Nothing super horrific happens, but rather the bounds of our sense of reality are tested: Is this happening, or am I crazy? Wait too long to answer and it could be too late Oct 20, Ashley rated it liked it Shelves: Fairly scary haunted house type of story. Very eerie once you reach the climax of the father's haunting. Very British narrator. Short on detail, but I suppose that is OK since it was a short story. This is one of those series that is lifted by its design.
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About H. Herbert Russell Wakefield was an English short story writer, novelist, publisher, and civil servant chiefly remembered today for his ghost stories. Books by H. Other small presses in which Weinberg has been involved include Science Fiction Graphics and Pulp Press ; but as the s advanced he became less directly involved in publishing activities, concentrating for some time on a mail-order book business.
He has edited one anthology with Martin H Greenberg alone, Lovecraft's Legacy anth , plus a number with Greenberg and other collaborators, usually Stefan R Dziemianowicz alone or teamed, beginning with Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors anth and ending with Wild Little Weird Tales anth ; many of these titles comprised the sequence for details see Checklist below. Since the later s, Weinberg concentrated on horror and fantasy fiction. All of this work showed a vast knowledge of generic tricks and baggage, and considerable wit.
His interest in sf seemed chiefly archival, however; The Termination Node with Lois H Gresh , a Technothriller , had little impact. In the new century he wrote for Marvel Comics , contributing to the established sequence Cable in and creating the 4-issue miniseries Nightside with artist Thomas Derenick.