3 edition of The Tale of the Black Casket found in the catalog.
May 5, 2003 by Dorrance Pub Co .
Written in English
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The Tale of the Black Casket is a novella about a man named David Fine who murders his business partner and best friend Stan Well over money manners. Shortly after David buries Stan several miles away, he begins to receive creepy phone calls from beyond the grave.2/5(6).
The title of the book is very attractive because if you are a fan of Edgar Allen Poe, the title reminds you of a Poe story but unfortunately it does not read like a Poe story.
I received a complimentary copy of The Tale Of The Black Casket as a member of the Dorrance Publishing Book Review Team/5(6). The Tale of the Black Casket.
James W. Allen. Dorrance Publishing. 39 pages. ISBN X. The Tale of the Black Casket is a novella about a man named David Fine who murders his business partner and best friend Stan Well over money manners/5. by James W. Allen In the tradition of Edgar Allen Poe comes The Tale of the Black Casket, a spooky tale of supernatural retribution for a mans only wanted to borrow a little bit of money from the company coffers to pay back his gambling debts, but his partner, Stan, refused, thinking he would learn a lesson and invest his money more wisely.
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