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Gaston Leroux – The Phantom Of The Opera

Posted by demonik on June 13, 2009

Gaston Leroux – The Phantom Of The Opera [#34]  (Sphere, 1975)

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“This story, translated from the French, of Gaston Leroux is the most famous of all tales of the occult written by French authors, and holds a high place in fiction of that type by authors of all nationalities. …. The story is packed with strange, apparently inexplicable happenings, mad desire, torture, murder and a suspense that cannot fail to grip the reader.”

– From Dennis Wheatley’s introduction.

The Phantom Of The Opera is Volume 34 in the Dennis Wheatley Library of the Occult

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