[New post on Anilbalan’s Ghost Cities Blog: A Ghost Story for Christmas: The Tractate Middoth

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Hugh Paxton’s Blog likes this one from MR James courtesy of the BBC and Anilbalan’s Ghost Cities blog. Part spook, part sleuth story. A great tale with James’s classic combination of rather dull but enjoyable detail and sufficient shocks to keep one alert!

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New post on Ghost Cities

A Ghost Story for Christmas: The Tractate Middoth

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Here’s a real treat to conclude the series of Christmas ghost stories that I’ve been posting for the last few weeks – the BBC adaptation of The Tractate Middoth from just a couple of years ago. Fingers crossed they do another one this year!

ghostcities | December 13, 2015 at 2:00 am | Tags: M R James, Tractate Middoth | Categories: Short Story, Supernatural fiction, Television, Writer | URL: http://wp.me/p1Pozr-qN

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