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Category: W W Jacobs

William Wymark Jacobs (8 September 1863 – 1 September 1943), was an English author of short stories and novels. Although much of his work was humorous, he is most famous for his horror story “The Monkey’s Paw” (published 1902 in the collection of short stories The Lady of the Barge) and several other ghost stories, including “The Toll House” (published 1909 in the collection of short stories Sailors’ Knots) and “Jerry Bundler” (published 1901 in the collection Light Freights).

Bill’s Lapse by W W Jacobs

Blundell’s Improvement by W W Jacobs

Dixon’s Return by W W Jacobs

Two of a Trade by W W Jacobs

The Captain’s Exploit by W W Jacobs

The Boatswain’s Watch by W W Jacobs

Mrs. Bunker’s Chaperon by W W Jacobs

A Harbour of Refuge by W W Jacobs

The Resurrection of Mr. Wiggett by W W Jacobs

Twin Spirits by W W Jacobs

Sam’s Boy by W W Jacobs

Lady of the Barge by W W Jacobs

Bill’s Paper Chase by W W Jacobs

The Boatswain’s Mate by W W Jacobs

The Constable’s Move by W W Jacobs