Ghosts from America [Repackage]

This week I’m traveling to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, and to me that’s a perfect reason to post the repackaged bundle of ghost stories, this week from American or Canadian writers. This bundle has been hand-curated for you by the Jumbelbook team in .ePub and .mobi format.

The first piece is The Last of Mrs. DeBrugh by H. Sivia. We don’t have much information on the author but this well-loved story is one where upstairs and downstairs mix, and Mr. DeBurgh keeps a promise to his housekeeper, even after death.

The second story in this bundle is Cold Ghost by Chester S. Geier, who is another mysterious writer. This piece is about a trapper who imagines it would be best not to have to share income from the furs with his partner. But is a double-cross worth it?

The last piece in this bundle is Kerfol by Edith Wharton, who was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and designer, and the first woman to win this honour. Wharton was born in 1862 in New York City, and renowned for her well-crafted tales of tragedy and irony.

Ghosts from America bundle .ePub [download]
Ghosts from America bundle .mobi [download]

And today we have a special treat! If you would prefer to listen to these stories in audio format we also have public domain recordings for you, courtesy of
The Last of Mrs. DeBrugh by H. Sivia
Cold Ghost by Chester S. Geier
Kerfol by Edith Wharton

Hope you enjoy!

These stories were sourced from Project Gutenberg, the volunteer effort to digitize and archive cultural works:
The Last of Mrs. DeBrugh by H. Sivia
Cold Ghost by Chester S. Geier
Kerfol by Edith Wharton

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