GAELIC GHOSTS by Sorche Nio Leodhas
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In this collection of ten humorous ghost stories, the laughter is often irrepressible. It seems that Gaelic ghosts are a friendly, judicious lot who help the good and scare the bad. Readers, like the family in the last story, ""The House That Lacked A Bogle,"" are bound to feel underprivileged if they come from a family without its own ghost. This is a fine collection and of the quality that a growing audience has come to expect from ""recollector"" Sorche Nio Leodhas.

Pub Date: May 18th, 1964
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart & Winston