A rant about books, horror, and the weird. I sometimes take on my love/hate relationship with goodreads and Amazon.
This slender volume of ghost stories, an annual tradition issued by Canadian Ash-Tree Press for several years, was quite good as well as interesting. The theme was authors who rarely, or never wrote ghost stories and certainly weren't known, except for Buchan, for their macabre output. These are all stories of the "classic" Jamesian nature only marred by an over-reliance on the unnecessary "club tale" as a framing device, probably an artifact of each author's unfamiliarity of writing in the genre.
Still an interesting little volume with a nice introduction and good story notes.