TOO MANY GHOSTS by Paul Gallico

TOO MANY GHOSTS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A suspense story in which ""too many ghosts"" provide the inexplicable action in every phase of ghostly deportment. A harp which plays by itself, moving furniture, falling pictures, and real danger to the happiness and safety of the residents of the appropriately grand English manor. A final spoof which discloses the human sources behind the eerie reflections does not render the story any less suspenseful or entertaining.

Pub Date: Nov. 2nd, 1959
Publisher: Doubleday