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  • The Unsettled Dust by Robert Aickman
    The Unsettled Dust (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    A title that brings together eight stories: 'The Next Glade', 'Bind Your Hair' and 'The Stains' appeared together in The Wine-Dark Sea in 1988 while 'The Unsettled Dust', 'The House of the Russians', 'No Stronger Than a Flower', 'The Cicerones' and 'Ravissante' first appeared in Sub Rosa in 1968.

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  • Dark Entries by Robert Aickman
    Dark Entries (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    Robert Aickman (1914-1981) was the grandson of Richard Marsh, a leading Victorian novelist of the occult. Though his chief occupation in life was first as a conservationist of England's canals he eventually turned his talents to writing what he called 'strange stories.' This book tells his story.

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  • Cold Hand in Mine by Robert Aickman
    Cold Hand in Mine (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    It was originally published in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction in 1973 before appearing in this collection.Cold Hand in Mine stands as one of Aickman's best collections and contains eight stories that show off his powers as a 'strange story' writer to the full, being more ambiguous than standard ghost stories.

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  • The Wine-Dark Sea by Robert Aickman
    The Wine-Dark Sea (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    Contains eight stories that can leave the reader unsettled as the protagonists' fears and desires, at once illogical and terrifying, culminate in a disturbing yet enigmatic ending.

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  • The Model by Robert Aickman
    The Model (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    After Robert Aickman's death in 1981 the manuscript of The Model, a wintry rococo fable set in Czarist Russia, was located among his papers.

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  • The Late Breakfasters by Robert Aickman
    The Late Breakfasters (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    'Griselda de Reptonville did not know what love was until she joined one of Mrs Hatch's famous house parties at Beams, and there met Leander ...' The Late Breakfasters (1964) was the sole novel Robert Aickman published in his lifetime.

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  • The Wine Dark Sea by Robert Aickman
    The Wine Dark Sea (English, CD-Audio) Robert Aickman

    First published in the US in 1988 and in the UK in 1990, The Wine-Dark Sea contains eight unsettling stories that explore protagonists' fears and desires, at once illogical and terrifying, and culminate in a disturbing and enigmatic ending. Aickman's 'strange stories' (his preferred term for them) are a subtle exploration of psychological displacement and paranoia; his characters ordinary people...

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  • The Wine-Dark Sea by Robert Aickman
    The Wine-Dark Sea (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    Presents stories that are a subtle exploration of psychological displacement and paranoia. This title features characters who are ordinary people that are gradually drawn into the darker recesses of their own minds.

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  • Cold Hand in Mine by Robert Aickman
    Cold Hand in Mine (English, Paperback) Robert Aickman

    Contains eight stories that show off the author's powers as a 'strange story' writer to the full, being more ambiguous than standard ghost stories. This title includes stories that introduces the reader to a variety of characters, from a man who spends the night in a Hospice to a German aristocrat and a woman who sees an image of her own soul.

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