Couching at the Door

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Wordsworth Editions, 2007 - Paranormal fiction - 192 pages
Dorothy Kathleen Broster (1877-1950) is best known for her historical novels. But there is a darker side to her writing, glimpsed in her early poems - 'The Second of September 1792' is a fine example - and finding full expression in the stories she wrote after she had become a highly successful novelist.

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User Review  - ghr4 - LibraryThing

Couching at the Door is an anthology of nine of D. K. Broster’s supernatural tales. The title story, first up in this collection, is not indicative of the author’s usual straightforward style. Here ... Read full review

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Only one duffer in this book for my money, and even then it's less of a duffer and more of a slightly hackneyed attempt at the haunted house story others have done better in the past (plus it has the ... Read full review

Contents

Couching at the Door
7
From the Abyss
28
Clairvoyance
46
The Pavement
62
The Window
75
Juggernaut
91
The Promised Land
108
The Pestering
129
The Taste of Pomegranates
163
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