|Pipe-Smoker, the (1932) [Short Story]|
by Martin Armstrong
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(IBList user synopsis):
In the middle of a raging rainstorm a man seeks shelter from a distracted hermit in his desolate house. While there, the anxious hermit tells of how his “predecessor” had come to live in such a lonely state.
Originally published in The Fortnightly Review, October 1932.
Original title: The Pipe-Smoker
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ Psychological Horror
This work is a subwork of the following works :
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Bar the Doors (1946) [Anthology]
Authors: Ambrose Bierce
, H. G. Wells
, August Derleth
, F. Marion Crawford
, Wilbur Daniel Steele
, Alfred Noyes
, Alexander Woollcott
, Peter Fleming
, McKnight Malmar
, DuBose Heyward
, Martin Armstrong
, Samuel Hopkins Adams
, Margaret Irwin