August 1, 2005
Trespassing Time: Ghost Stories From the Prairie
By Barbara J. Baldwin, Jerri Garretson, Linda Madl, and Sheri L. McGathy
Publisher: Ravenstone Press (July 2005)
Pages: 240 - Price: $7.99
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Inexpensively priced and delightfully scary, this collection of ghost stories with a Kansas setting will give you some unsettling moments with its look at the dark side and light side of ghosts. Some of the finest ghost story writing is available to the reader in this exceptional collection.
A first-rate introduction by Troy Taylor, founder of the American Ghost Society, is followed by many ghost stories, and concluded with an afterword by Jerri Garretson. With every story a winner, it is hard to select which ones to mention!
Here is a sampling from this most enjoyable and unusual book: "Christmas at the Gates of Hell" by Linda Madl, "Deja Vu" by Barbara J. Baldwin, "The Graveyard Dance" by Sheri McGathy, "Lost in the Fog" by Jerri Garretson, among many other stories make this a hair-raising experience.
This is the type of book which is a satisfying reading encounter. The stories are sheer entertainment and full of strange happenings. The title to each story sets the tone for the story.
If you are looking for something scary and entertaining, this is the ghost story collection for you. The writers each have their own individuality and style. A nice idea for a gift and to have your public library order a copy for its reading patrons, it is also a book you will personally enjoy having in your home library. Highly recommended.
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