This collection of chilling ghost stories delves into the human psyche, dissecting the character’s minds and revelling in both psychological and literal horror.
This volume is part of the Mothers of the Macabre series, celebrating the gothic horror masterpieces of pioneering women writers who played a pivotal role in shaping and advancing the genre. From the Pulitzer Prize winning author Edith Wharton, the short stories collected in this spine-tingling volume exemplify some of her most celebrated detective and horror fiction. Delving into the supernatural, and blurring the line between evil and insanity, Tales of Men and Ghosts is a haunting read. First published in 1910, this collection’s elegant prose brings the timeless and atmospheric tales to life.