At the Circulating Library Genre Information: Supernatural Fiction

Description: The following novels contain supernatural events, for instance ghosts.

References: Sutherland

  1. Charles Dickens.  A Christmas Carol in Prose: Being a Ghost Story of Christmas.  1 vol.  London: Chapman and Hall, 1843.
  2. William Harrison Ainsworth.  Auriol: or, The Elixir of Life.  1 vol.  London: Routledge, 1865.
  3. J. Sheridan Le Fanu.  In a Glass Darkly.  3 vol.  London: Bentley, 1872.
  4. Margaret Oliphant.  A Beleaguered City: Being a Narrative of Certain Recent Events in the City of Semur, in the Department of the Haute Bourgogne. A Story of the Seen and Unseen.  1 vol.  London: Macmillan, 1880.
  5. H. Rider Haggard.  She: A History of Adventure.  1 vol.  London: Longman, 1887.
  6. Anne Crawford.  A Mystery of the Campagna, and A Shadow of a Wave.  1 vol.  London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1891.
  7. Clemence Housman.  The Were-wolf.  1 vol.  London: John Lane, 1896.
  8. Bram Stoker.  Dracula.  1 vol.  London: Archibald Constable, 1897.
  9. Richard Marsh.  The Beetle: A Mystery.  1 vol.  London: Skeffington, 1897.
  10. Clemence Housman.  The Unknown Sea.  1 vol.  London: Duckworth and Co., 1898.
  11. Theodore Watts-Dunton.  Aylwin.  1 vol.  London: Hurst and Blackett, 1899.
  12. F. Anstey.  The Brass Bottle.  1 vol.  London: Smith, Elder, 1900.
  13. Bram Stoker.  The Jewel of the Seven Stars.  1 vol.  London: William Heinemann, 1903.