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This is an e-publication of just one short story.

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ebook, 8 pages
Published by Feedbooks (first published 1944)
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Aug 18, 2013 Sanntint rated it liked it
Just like haunting pleasantly past where they see themselves !
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It was really short so it was a quick read. Not too pompous and rather suspenseful... Enjoyed it :)
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I listened to it as an audiobook.
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