Selected spine-chillers, featuring: Joseph Le Fanu's "Madam Crowl's Ghost" and "Ghost Stories of the Tiled House", Edith Wharton's "The Lady's Maid's Bell", F. Marion Crawford's "The Upper Berth", Fitzjames O'Brien's "What Was It?", Robert Louis Stevenson's "Markheim" and Mark Twain's "The Golden Arm." AVAILABLE ON CASSETTE AND CD.
If Stephen King doesn’t grab you…the writing of Robert Louis Stevenson should at least qualify. Stevenson’s Markheim is the jewel of Great Ghost Stories.
Robert K. Hayes, The Express, February 17, 1989
... Among the selections in the three collections are gems from authors who are better known for other types of stories: Edith Wharton's "The Lady's Maid's Bell,'' Robert Louis Stevenson's "Markheim,''…and Mark Twain's "The Golden Arm.'' The readers — Flo Gibson, Grover Gardner…and John MacDonald — are among the best in the business.
Sandy Bauers, The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 26, 1989