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Edgar Allan Poe was a master of the tale of psychological horror and the author of what is considered the first modern detective story. This anthology gathers more than 20 of Poe’s groundbreaking tales of the macabre, among them “The Tell-Tale Heart,” “The Masque of the Red Death,” and “The Fall of the House of Usher.” It also includes his trilogy of stories featuring detective C. Auguste Dupin: “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” “The Mystery of Marie Rôget,” and “The Purloined Letter.”
When Mrs. Putney seeks Nancy Drew’s help in recovering her stolen jewelry, the search for the thieves takes the teen-age detective and her friends Bess and George to the colorful French Quarter of New Orleans. But the quest is hampered by the strange behavior of Mrs. Putney, and two young women who are being victimized by so-called spirits. How can Nancy fight these unseen perpetrators of a cruel hoax? And how can she help the gullible victims when the spirits warn them not to have anything to do with Nancy?
The Ghost of Blackwood Hall has everything — séances, hoaxes, an abandoned mansion occupied by an organ-playing ghoul, scam artists, hypnotized girls who give their hard-earned money to a fake orphanage, a trip to New Orleans, abductions, quicksand! There's so much going on, which is exactly why this is the greatest Nancy Drew ever written. Every spooky, eerie, and supernatural thing that could possibly happen does in this book. It's delightful from beginning to end.