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The Haunting at Waverley Falls

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He died. Underground. Of terror.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 1981 by New English Library (first published May 1980)
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Hugh Crauford Rae, aka James Albany, Robert Crawford, R B Houston, Caroline Crosby, Stuart Stern (with S Ungar), Jessica Stirling (with Margaret M Coghlan)

Hugh Crauford Rae was born on November 22, 1935 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK, son of Isobel and Robert Rae. He published his first stories aged 11 in the Robin comic, winning a cricket bat the same year in a children’s writing competition. After gra