Mad Monkton and Other Stories

Synopsis

Wilkie Collins established a reputation for himself as a highly readable storyteller. This engaging collection spanning thirty years displays his characteristic powers with twelve short stories from a number of genres. He explores the uncanny peculiarities of everyday life, as well as its underside, offers haunting ghost stories, and makes an important contribution to the newly emerging form of the detective novel.

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  • Oxford
Publication year:
  • 1994
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