Oliver Onions

Oliver Onions

George Oliver Onions (1873–1961) was a significant English novelist who published over forty novels and story collections.

Besides detective fiction, historical fiction and a science fiction novel, New Moon (1918), Onions wrote several collections of ghost stories, of which the best known is Widdershins (1911). It includes the novella The Beckoning Fair One, widely regarded as one of the best in the genre of horror fiction, especially psychological horror.

Onions was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for his 1946 novel Poor Man's Tapestry.

 


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Speculative Fiction Novels (14)


2010 | horror, short stories

2002 | horror

2000 | horror, short stories

1969 | fantasy

1965 | fantasy

1945 | fantasy, mainstream

1935 | horror, short stories

1931 | fantasy

1929 | horror, short stories

1924 | horror, short stories

1921 | fantasy

1918 | science fiction

1911 | horror, short stories

1906 | horror, short stories