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  The Dead of Night: The Ghost Stories of Oliver Onions
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2002  The Beckoning Fair One
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2000  Ghost Stories
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1969  The Hand of Kornelius Voyt
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1965  A Shilling to Spend
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1945  The Story of Ragged Robyn
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1935  The Collected Ghost Stories of Oliver Onions
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1931  A Certain Man
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1929  The Painted Face
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1924  Ghosts in Daylight
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1921  The Tower of Oblivion
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1918  The New Moon: A Romance of Reconstruction
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1911  Widdershins
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1906  Back 'o the Moon
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