- Can Such Things Be? has some classic stories, like early robot tale "Moxon's Master". Plus there's "The Damned Thing," "An Inhabitant of Carcosa", and more dark, sarcastic goodies. Roger Melin offers a solid reading, with a solid, deep voice.
- In The Midst of Life focuses on the American Civil War, with horror favorites like "An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge" and "Chickamauga". David Wales reads quietly, thoughtfully, with care.
- I wish I had a better sense of why people don't love these stories more. Perhaps southerners prefer less horrific tales about their Lost Cause, and yanks really never cared that deeply after 1875 or so.
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