2002. First Thus. Fine (As-new) trade wraps. In 1994, before Ash-Tree Press became the most collectible specialty press in the world for weird tales and ghost stories, "Lady Stanhope's Manuscript" was issued as the imprint's first title, in a tiny edition that became so rare, completists for Ash-Tree Press were willing to pay four or five hundred dollars for a copy, and still could not lay hands on that paperback. So in 2002 Ash-Tree Press did a second printing, adding a new Introduction by Barbara in addition to the original introduction, plus adding illustrations by Pat Walsh, Dallas Goffin, Nick Malloret, and Alan Hunter. The five tales are by members of Britain's The Ghost Story Society: Katherine Haynes, Christopher Roden, G. W. Howarth, Dale J Nelson, and Tina Rath.
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