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Ghost Stories from the Raj

 
Ruskin Bond (Editor)
Synopsis Ruskin Bond’s readers range from nine to ninety. And if there are such things as ghosts there are probably a few who are reading him in the spirit world. Over the years, Bond’s interest in the supernatural has led him to collect ghost stories from all over the world. As he says in his introduction, "Ghosts don’t require passports. They can turn up without papers in the most unexpected places!" In this collection he presents a picture of a ‘haunted India’ as seen and described by British writers, officials and travellers during the 19 and 20 centuries. Some ghosts are scary, some sad and some funny. All are entertaining. It is fifty years since Ruskin Bond published his first story. He celebrates the occasion with this anthology.
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About the author

Ruskin Bond

Ruskin Bond, resident of Mussoorie, is a well-known writer of fiction and a reconteur par excellence. His Tales and Legends from India, Angry River, Strange Men, Strange Places, The Blue Umbrella, A Long Walk for Bina and Hanuman to the Rescue are also available in Rupa paperback. Ruskin Bond's Children's Omnibus has been a firm favourite with young readers for several years. Ghost Stories fro the Raj, The Rupa Book of Great Animal Stories, The Rupa Book of the True Tales of Mystery and Adventure, The Rupa Book of Ruskiin Bond's Himalayan Tales, The Rupa Book of Great Suspense Stories, The Rupa Laughter Omnibus, The Rupa Book of Scary Stories and The Rupa Book of Haunted Houses are eight of his recent anthologies for Rupa.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ghost Stories from the Raj
Author Ruskin Bond
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 4th ed.
Publisher Rupa & Co.
Language: English
isbn 8171679927
length xiv+170p., 23cm