Horror Morrow, W. C.: A Night with Death and Other Tales of the Macabre. v1. 21 Feb 2021
#1  GrannyGrump 02-20-2021, 10:58 PM
An extensive collection of stories from a dark imagination… A few are touched with the supernatural, some cross into weird fiction, but even the non-genre tales are imbued with grisly ghastliness to make your flesh creep.

William Chambers Morrow (7 July 1854 – 3 April 1923) was an American writer, now noted mainly for his short stories of horror and suspense. He is probably best known for the much-anthologized story “His Unconquerable Enemy” (1889), about the implacable revenge of a servant whose limbs have been amputated on the orders of a cruel rajah. Ambrose Bierce was an enthusiast of Morrow’s stories.

My own compilation. Contents were originally published 1879 ~ 1906. This book is in the public domain where copyright is ‘Life+90’ or less, and in the USA.
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