(possibly first U.S. edition; probably an early
piracy which came out around same time as editions from John W.
Lovell and Munro's Seaside Library, both of these also in
wrappers. Like the Lovell edition, this runs to 179 pages, same as
the Routledge first edition.)
Broughton, A Profile of a Novelist by Marilyn Wood, Paul Watkins
(Includes: "What it Meant".)
Broughton's Ghost Stories, and Other Tales of Mystery and
Paul Watkins (Stamford), 1995
(Includes: "The Truth, the Whole Truth, and
Nothing But the Truth", "The Man with the Nose"
"Behold, it was a Dream", "Poor Pretty Bobby",
"Under the Cloak" [non-supernatural], "Betty’s Visions", "Mrs.
Smith of Longmains", "What it Meant", "Rent Day"
[non-supernatural], "Across the Threshold: A Spirit Story", "His
Serene Highness", "Was She Mad?")
on the index to access authors by surname: