In this entertaining anthology of seven new ghost stories, written especially for Naxos AudioBooks, we meet all kinds of phantoms in different situations: a kind-hearted but accident-prone spectre unwittingly upsetting a family home, as well as ghosts in ancient Egypt, on board a pirate ship, and in a Newcastle swimming pool. Engaging and slightly sinister, The Clumsy Ghost and Other Spooky Tales is a delightful shiver for all the family.
About the Authors
Five authors turn their hands to the classical ghost story.
Alastair Jessiman has written plays for BBC Radio.
David Angus has produced history accounts for Naxos AudioBooks.
David Blake has a particular interest in ghost stories and each member of his family writes a story every Christmas.
Anna Britten’s short stories have been published by Bloomsbury, among others.
Edward Ferry is a teacher, writer, linguist and a former royal bodyguard.
Margaret Ferry, a historian, teacher and schools advisor, has worked with young people in education for over thirty years.
Roy McMillan is a director, writer and actor and has directed plays for BBC Radio 3 and 4.