Miller, Alan. The Phantoms of A Physician.
London: Grayson and Grayson, 1934.
8vo. 288pp. Bound in publisher's black cloth titled in gilt to spine, lightly rubbed to extremities otherwise a very good copy. Internally clean. A very superior copy of a rare book, sadly lacking the rather splendid dustwrapper, but as my accountant has explained to me; beggars can't be choosers. A super collection of supernatural short stories related by a rather otherworldly physician who seems to spend more time encountering spirits than he does sprained ankles. A slightly more laid back version of Dion Fortune's "Dr. Taverner." Known to be rare, also, Occult Detective!