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    Skylark Ghost and Monster Stories ed. Jill Bennett (Book Club Associates, 1980, no ISBN, 191pp, hc)
        Special book club volume assembled primarily for younger readers.
    • 7 · The Nondescript · Richard Davis · ss Jon Pertwee’s Book of Monsters ed. Richard David, Methuen, 1978
    • 23 · Assipattle and the Giant Sea Serpent · Virginia Haviland · ss (r)
      from Favourite Fairy Tales Told in Scotland.
    • 37 · The World in the Orchard · Helen Cresswell · ss
    • 47 · The Nung-guama · Leslie Bannet · ss from Chinese Fairy Tales (r)
    • 53 · The Dragon at Hide-and-Seek · G. K. Chesterton · ss Number Two Joy Street by , Basil Blackwell, 1924
    • 65 · The Tailor in the Church · Ruth Manning-Sanders · ss A Book of Ghosts and Goblins by Ruth Manning-Sanders, Methuen, 1969
    • 69 · The Mermaid and the Monster · Barbara Sleigh · ss West of Widdershins by Barbara Sleigh, Collins,
    • 83 · The Skull · Ruth Manning-Sanders · ss A Book of Ghosts and Goblins by Ruth Manning-Sanders, Methuen, 1969
    • 89 · The Headless Horseman · Geoffrey Palmer & Noel Lloyd · ss The Obstinate Ghost and Other Ghostly Tales by Geoffrey Palmer & Noel Lloyd, Odhams, 1968
    • 97 · Lu-bo-bo · Ruth Manning-Sanders · ss A Book of Monsters by Ruth Manning-Sanders, Methuen, 1975
    • 109 · The Red Ettin · Joseph Jacobs · ss English Fairy Tales ed. Joseph Jacobs, Nult, 1890
    • 117 · Four Plus One · Ruth Ainsworth · ss The Phantom Fisherboy by Ruth Ainsworth, London, 1974
    • 137 · Prince Lindworm · G. Jones · ss Scandinavian Legends and Folk Tales by G. Jones, Oxford University Press, 1956
    • 151 · A Tray of Tea · Joan Aiken · nv Faithless Lollybird and Other Stories by Joan Aiken, Jonathan Cape, 1977
      first broadcast on BBC tv Jackanoy, 1970.
    • 168 · Riddles in the Dark · J. R. R. Tolkien · ex from The Hobbit, Allen & Unwin, 1937
    • 177 · Jimmy Takes Vanishing Lessons · Walter R. Brooks · ss Story Parade 1950


    The Man Who Didn’t Fly by Margot Bennett (Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1955, 190pp, hc)





    In the Shadows of Men by Robert Jackson Bennett (Subterranean Press, August 31, 2020, 978-1-59606-987-9, $40.00, 120pp, hc)
        Deluxe hardcover edition. Data from Amazon.com as of 2020-08-04. Limited to 1000 signed, numbered, copies. Also available in a traycased edition, limited to 26 lettered, signed, copies ($250.00).
    Details taken from publisher website.





    Ghosts in the House by A. C. & R. H. Benson (Ash-Tree Press, September 13, 1996, 1-899562-13-3, £22.50, xvii+249pp, hc, cover by Richard Lamp)
        Collection of ghost stories, edited and with an Introduction by Hugh Lamb. Limited to 400 numbered copies. Illustrated with photographs of the authors. A world-wide edition available in the US for $38.00.
    • xi · Introduction · Hugh Lamb · in 1996
    • 3 · Out of the Sea · A. C. Benson · ss The Isles of Sunset by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1904
    • 14 · Mr Percival’s Tale · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 23 · The Traveller · R. H. Benson · ss The Light Invisible by R. H. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 31 · Basil Netherby · A. C. Benson · nv The Sovereign Magazine August 1926
    • 54 · Father Brent’s Tale · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 61 · The Snake, the Leper and the Grey Frost · A. C. Benson · ss The Hill of Trouble by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 73 · Father Bianchi’s Story · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 79 · The Gray Cat · A. C. Benson · ss The Hill of Trouble by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 92 · Father Maddox’s Tale · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 100 · The Watcher · R. H. Benson · vi The Light Invisible by R. H. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 104 · The Hill of Trouble · A. C. Benson · ss The Hill of Trouble by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 119 · Haunted Houses · R. H. Benson · ar The Pall Mall Magazine January 1913
    • 128 · The Uttermost Farthing · A. C. Benson · nv Hutchinson’s Magazine October 1926 (+1)
    • 174 · Father Macclesfield’s Tale · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 181 · The Red Camp · A. C. Benson · ss The Hill of Trouble by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 199 · My Own Tale · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 206 · The Closed Window · A. C. Benson · ss The Hill of Trouble by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 215 · The Blood-Eagle · R. H. Benson · ss The Light Invisible by R. H. Benson, Isbister, 1903
    • 221 · The Slype House · A. C. Benson · ss The Isles of Sunset by A. C. Benson, Isbister, 1904
    • 233 · Father Meuron’s Tale · R. H. Benson · ss A Mirror of Shalott by R. H. Benson, Pitman, 1907
    • 241 · Epilogue · Hugh Lamb · ms 1996
      mainly consists of quotes from A.C. & R.H. Benson.
    • 247 · Bibliography · Hugh Lamb · bi 1996


    Ghosts of Albion: Astray by Amber Benson & Christopher Golden (Subterranean Press, December 2004, 1-59606-011-5, $40.00, 92pp, hc)
        Victorian dark fantasy novella, illustrated by José R. Nieto. Originally published online as a serial. This is a signed, limited edition of 750; a lettered edition of 52 ($150.00) is also available.



    The Seven Whistlers by Amber Benson & Christopher Golden (Subterranean Press, December 2006, 1-59606-068-9, $40.00, 143pp, hc)
        Dark fantasy novella of the Wild Hunt in New England. This is a signed limited edition of 1,000; a lettered edition of 52 ($150.00) is also available.






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