In a Glass Darkly
Read by Jonathan Keeble, Daniel Philpott, Sean Barrett, David Horovitch, Nicholas Boulton & Alison Pettitt
Demons, vengeful spirits, insanity, premature burials and lesbian vampires, In a Glass Darkly contains five diabolical tales of horror and mystery that will get the heart racing. Each story, including the famous Green Tea and Carmilla, is presented as a case from the posthumous papers of Dr Martin Hesselius, a metaphysical physician who has no doubt as to the existence of supernatural phenomena – unlike our anxious protagonists… These traditional, yet unfamiliar tales were revered upon release, with Bram Stoker writing his own vampire story some twenty years later, and Henry James once suggesting that this is ‘the ideal reading… for the hours after midnight’.
Running Time: 12 h 16 m
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ISBN: 978-1-84379-919-1 Digital ISBN: 978-1-84379-920-7 Cat. no.: NA0213 CD RRP: $62.98 USD Download size: 188 MB BISAC: FIC004000 Released: September 2015
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