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Ghost Maker

Author : Robin D. Owens
ISBN : 9780698411609
Genre : Fiction
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Clare Cermak has a gift for speaking to ghosts of the Old West, but in the latest from the author of Ghost Talker, she may soon join their ranks... With Clare’s health fading, she and her partner—the love of her life—detective Zach Slade, head to Manitou Springs, Colorado, in search of the only healer who can help them: the ghost of Sister Juliana Emmanuel, whose healing skills live on in the afterlife. Unfortunately for Clare, the nun’s ghost is elusive, and the town is teeming with spirits who all want to speak with Clare—newer ones, street kids who've been killed and want their bodies found and their murders avenged. Now, with the help of Zach and Sister Juliana, Clare must find the killer before he strikes again. But to do so, she will face an evil that could destroy everything she and Zach hold dear—including their love... Praise for the Ghost Seer Novels “A fascinating combination of murder, romance, and the supernatural.”—Fresh Fiction “Owens is a terrific storyteller; she has a truly great gift for creating characters who leap off the page—and when it comes to creating talking pets, like adorable ghost dog Enzo, she has no peer!”—RT Book Reviews “Entertaining and unique.”—Harlequin Junkie “Ghost Killer wastes no time in making chills run up and down a reader’s spine.”—Long and Short Reviews
Category: Fiction

The Big Book Of Virginia Ghost Stories

Author : L. B. Taylor
ISBN : 9780811705837
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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More than 100 stories from each region of the Old Dominion, crafted by paranormal expert L.B. Taylor Jr.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Great Book Of Ghost Stories By Women Mammoth Books

Author : Marie O'regan
ISBN : 9781772464276
Genre : Fiction
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7 chilling short stories by outstanding female writers.Women have always written exceptional stories of horror and the supernatural. This anthology aims to showcase the very best of these, from Amelia B. Edwards's 'The Phantom Coach', published in 1864, through past luminaries such as Edith Wharton and Mary Elizabeth Braddon. From tales of ghostly children to visitations by departed loved ones, and from heart-rending stories to the profoundly unsettling depiction of extreme malevolence, what each of these stories has in common is the effect of a slight chilling of the skin, a feeling of something not quite present, but nevertheless there. If anything, this showcase anthology proves that sometimes the female of the species can also be the most terrifying . . .
Category: Fiction

Antiquarian Book Monthly

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105110562282
Genre : Antiquarian booksellers
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Monthly Terrors

Author : Frank H. Parnell
ISBN : IND:39000005544320
Genre : Reference
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"This work will be useful for researchers at any level and is essential to libraries supporting popular culture studies. It belongs in any large reference collection." Choice
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Indiana Folklore

Author : Linda Dégh
ISBN : 0253202396
Genre : Social Science
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Discusses old crafts and folk skills, from covered bridge building to quiltmaking, as well as the legends and lore of Indiana.
Category: Social Science

The Making Of Religion Annotated Edition

Author : Andrew Lang
ISBN : 9783849622572
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This book is annotated with a rare extensive biographical sketch of the author, Andrew Lang, written by Sir Edmund Gosse, CB, a contemporary poet and writer. A review of Mr. Lang's work would come late, were it not that the book has been the subject of discussion for many years.The author considers the modern science of the History of Religion to teach, that Man derived the conception of Spirit from reflection on phenomena of sleep, dreams, death, shadow, and experiences of trance and hallucination. Ghosts, thus obtained, became the first objects of belief and worship, and were gradually magnified into gods, of which, in the end, one became supreme; on the other hand, from belief in the survival of the soul grew the notion of immortality. This system he proposes to study from fresh points of view. In the first place, he treats what he calls the X phenomena among savages, clairvoyance, crystalomancy, second-sight, demoniacal possession, and so on, giving examples to show the prevalence of similar experiences; he considers that their apparently supernatural character may have much to do with the theory of a separable soul, and apparently inclines toward a belief in the verity at least of the occurrences. The statements concerning the savage phenomena are not especially full, the account not undertaking to exhibit a complete view of the department. The second part of the treatise undertakes to supply a substitute for the nihilistic doctrine; this is, that the idea of God as, to use the writer's words, " a primal eternal being, author of all things, the father and friendof man, the invisible, omniscient guardian of morality, belongs to the lowest savages, who reverence this supreme deity without idol-worship or sacrifice, as immutable, impeccable, all-seeing, benevolent, and lovable. To establish a doctrine so widely different from received opinion, one would expect to find an elaborate examination of savage morality in its higher aspect; but the scope of inquiry is limited, the most important part of the examination being concerned with Australians as examples of the lowest intelligence, and with their mysteries.
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