Rudyard Kipling's Tales of Horror and Fantasy

by Rudyard Kipling

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The complete horror, dark fantasy, and psychological suspense stories of Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling, a major figure of English literature, used the full power and intensity of his imagination and writing ability in his excursions into fantasy. Kipling is considered one of England's greatest writers, but was born in Bombay. He was educated in England and returned to India in 1882, where he began writing fantasy and supernatural stories set in his native continent: The Phantom Rickshaw, The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes,and his most famous horror story, The Mark of the Beast (1890). This masterwork collection, edited by Stephen Jones (Britain's most accomplished and acclaimed anthologist) for the first time collects all of Kipling's supernatural fiction, ranging from traditional ghost stories to psychological horror.


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Publisher: Pegasus Books

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  • ISBN: 9781453216088
  • Release date: April 5, 2011

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  • Release date: April 5, 2011

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The complete horror, dark fantasy, and psychological suspense stories of Rudyard Kipling

Rudyard Kipling, a major figure of English literature, used the full power and intensity of his imagination and writing ability in his excursions into fantasy. Kipling is considered one of England's greatest writers, but was born in Bombay. He was educated in England and returned to India in 1882, where he began writing fantasy and supernatural stories set in his native continent: The Phantom Rickshaw, The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes,and his most famous horror story, The Mark of the Beast (1890). This masterwork collection, edited by Stephen Jones (Britain's most accomplished and acclaimed anthologist) for the first time collects all of Kipling's supernatural fiction, ranging from traditional ghost stories to psychological horror.


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