Master storyteller, H.H. Munro, better known by the pen name Saki, is famous for his witty, mischievous, and macabre stories of suspense. He specialized in impudent practical jokes, devilish trickery, and incredible yarns and his writing became popular in the early 1900s for its witty and satirical look at the pretensions and ignorance of bourgeois English society. From the eerie yet humorous Gabriel Ernest to the downright chilling The Interlopers, this brilliant collection of tales read by Tony Award-winning British actor, Sir Derek Jacobi, will succeed in bringing both chills and laughs to listeners of all ages.
Public Domain (P)1990, 2016 Dove Audio, Phoenix Books
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