This is the second of Ash-Tree Press's series of the collected supernatural fiction of A.M. Burrage, who has long been one of the most popular ghost story writers of the century. This volume contains all thirteen tales from Burrage's first collection, 1927's Some Ghost Stories'. Also included are a further thirteen stories, none of which have been published in book form before. Two of the stories feature Derek Scarfe, the man who made haunted houses his hobby', while ten chronicle the adventures of the occult detective Francis Chard. There is also a 10,000-word novella, The House by the Crossroads', set at the time of the Crimean War. The volume is introduced by Jack Adrian, and features a cover illustration by Douglas Walters. An Ash-Tree Press Limited Edition.
1996 : UK Hardback
October 2013 : Canada, UK Kindle edition