In the genre of the uncanny, the haunting and the haunted, some of the best tales ever written came from the pen of Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman. Yet they have been hard to locate, scattered through her several books of general short stories. Now these superb examples of the unearthly have been brought together in one volume. The complete contents are: The Shadows on the Wall, The Hall Bedroom, Luella Miller, The Vacant Lot, A Far-Away Melody, A Symphony in Lavender, The Wind in the Rose-Bush, A Gentle Ghost, The Southwest Chamber, The Lost Ghost, and The Jade Bracelet. The introduction is by Dr. Edward Wagenknecht, distinguished author and critic, and the jacket is by Wisconsin artist Frank Utpatel.