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Author: Mary Wilkins
This group of six short stories beginning with The Wind in the Rose-Bush, integrate domestic realism with the supernatural.
boring and predictable, in the traditional gothic style however if you like that style. i don't mind it, but these stories weren't outstanding in any way.
I liked these stories. I didn't think these were too much similar to each other and I read this straight through in one sitting. I look forward to more from this author.
I thought the stories where all the same . too much chit chat. I got bored with it.
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