Ghosts and Other Lovers
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Ghosts and Other Lovers

by Lisa Tuttle
Release date: 2001
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, horror, short stories

The introduction begins, "I'm fascinated by ghosts, and entertain all sorts of theories about what they really are. That hauntings are caused by the uneasy dead, by spirits unable to find rest, seems to me the least likely explanation..."

Veteran fantasy and horror author Lisa Tuttle has assembled thirteen of her imaginative inquiries into the nature of ghosts and the people they visit, covering territory from gothic romance to the just plain creepy. Incisive, sexy, and unsettling, Ghosts and Other Lovers should appeal to both fans of classic ghost stories and those seeking bold psychological fantasy.

Contents:

  • Introduction: Real Ghosts
  • In Jealousy
  • Mr. Elphinstone's Hands
  • From Another Country
  • The Walled Garden
  • Lucy Maria
  • The Extra Hour
  • Where the Stones Grow
  • White Lady's Grave
  • Soul Song
  • Food Man
  • Manskin, Womanskin
  • Turning Thirty
  • Haunts
(updated 2010-09-07)

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