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Those Who Haunt Ghosts - A Century Of Ghost Hunter Fiction

I love ghost stories, and I love tales about ghost detectives even more, so what's not to like? I thought I had found all the good ones, but this collection has added some long-lost gems.
This is kind of nerdy, but I've been leafing through Prima's official strategy guide to Dark Forces 2: Jedi Knight. I read it all the time as a preteen, and I recently took it down from my shelf for the occasional fun read. Not only was it helpful, but it also had a lot of humor thrown in. So many of these game manuals and strategy guides actually helped me become a better reader and writer for school (believe it or not). I'm not sure if I'll ever have the opportunity to play Jedi Knight again, but I'm glad I have this book to help relive my youthful memories.