A Victorian Lady’s Ghostly Anthology Audio Book
Audio Book on 3 CDs
Read by: Billie Fulford-Brown
Four of the very best Victorian short ghost stories, all written by talented, but sometimes forgotten, female authors.
One of the fondest memories of the Victorian era is the wide and varied array of short, suspenseful ghost tales that were enjoyed around the fireside at Christmas time.
A Mysterious Visitor by Ellen Wood
A mysterious person appears at the home of Mrs Louisa Ordie, which she assumes is her husband, who is in India. Later it is revealed that Captain Ordie has been killed.
The Ghost of the Treasure Chamber by Emily Arnold
“As I stood in breathless horror, unable to stir a limb, the figure raised its arm, a skeleton hand emerged from the heavy folds of the cloak, and touched my elbow. A scorching pain shot through me, I uttered a shriek——”
Number Two, Melrose Square
by Theo Gift (AKA Dora Havers)
Dorothy Henrietta Havers (1847-1923) published more than thirty books under the pseudonym of Theo Gift. Best known for her popular children’s stories she was also a highly gifted writer of macabre ghostly tales.
Christmas Eve in Beach House by Eliza Lynn Linton
A supernatural drama, set on the Cornish coast.
£13.99 With Free UK Postage.