Armstrong, Charlotte The Charlotte Armstrong Treasury (The Witch's House; Mischief; The Dream Walker)
New York Coward, McCann, & Geoghegan, Inc. 1972 Hardcover Good with no dust jacket
473 pp., blue boards. Preface by Alice Cromie. Spine somewhat slanted, corners a little bumped, some edgewear, sticker on front board, PO name inside is blacked out, Text is clean and unmarked.
Anthony Boucher described Charlotte Armstrong as "one of the few authentic spell-casting witches of modern times. "The Dream Walker" takes on spells and spooky goings-on. In "The Witch's House" she "not only created one of the most memorable and pitiable 'witchs' in suspense fiction, but took a vivid and unsentimental look at school systems, administrators, professors, and students, in a day when their problems were not quite so much the general concern." "'Mischief' began as a play, aptly titled 'Little Nell,' and became a movie starring Marilyn Monroe, 'Don't Bother to Knock,' must have improved the quality of baby-sitters, if not hotel detection or easy romancers, giving parents pause to think before they selected."; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall