Dark Secrets
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
21h ago
Dark secrets in the depths of night, Where shadows creep, Beneath the veil of moonlight’s gleam. A hollow echo in the chamber of fears, Summoning silent screams that cannot be heard, Lost in the labyrinth of despair. Graveyards reveal secrets to the wind, Ghouls fly beneath the pale moon’s gaze, Where tombstones mark the silence […] The post Dark Secrets appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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Shells Of Memories
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
1d ago
Shells of reveries in the quiet silence of the night, Unreachable places that don’t exist anymore but in ethereal memories, Shattered dreams lingering behind shadows. Still reveries, once vivid, now grown dim, Like ghostly whispering on the wind, Glimmering weakly in twilight’s grasp, Lost in time, they slipped and rasped. Soundless images faded into the […] The post Shells Of Memories appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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The Dead Letter by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
1d ago
“The Dead Letter” by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor: A Pioneering Work in American Detective Fiction Introduction to An American Romance “The Dead Letter” by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor, published in 1866 and subtitled “An American Romance,” represents a significant milestone in American literature, marking Metta Victoria Fuller Victor (writing under the pen name Seeley Regester) […] The post The Dead Letter by Metta Victoria Fuller Victor appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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The Sign Of Silence By William Le Queux
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
2d ago
The Sign of Silence: A Riveting Tale by William Le Queux Introduction “The Sign of Silence” by William Le Queux, first published in 1915, showcases the author’s prowess in crafting gripping tales of mystery and intrigue. Renowned for his contributions to the espionage and adventure genres, Le Queux weaves a narrative that seamlessly blends suspenseful […] The post The Sign Of Silence By William Le Queux appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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The Forsaken Inn by Anna Katharine Green
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
3d ago
“The Forsaken Inn” by Anna Katharine Green: A Gothic Mystery Classic Introduction “The Forsaken Inn” by Anna Katharine Green, often hailed as one of the pioneering authors of detective fiction, is a novel where the author brought her unique storytelling prowess to the fore. This novel, published in 1890, is a captivating blend of gothic […] The post The Forsaken Inn by Anna Katharine Green appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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The Shadow Realm
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
5d ago
The shadow realm, in the depths of night, where shadows roamed free, A realm of darkness, a place unknown. Beneath the veil of the starless sky, Whispers of secrets lingered, never to die. Through the misty shroud of the moon’s soft glow, Lay a land where time moved slowly. Where sighs echoed on the edge […] The post The Shadow Realm appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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The Stretton Street Affair by William Le Queux
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
5d ago
“The Stretton Street Affair” by William Le Queux: A Classic Tale of Intrigue Introduction “The Stretton Street Affair” by William Le Queux is a gripping tale of mystery and suspense that transports readers to the heart of early 20th-century Europe. Set against the atmospheric backdrop of London’s Stretton Street, the novel follows the determined investigator […] The post The Stretton Street Affair by William Le Queux appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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The Biter Bit By Wilkie Collins
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
6d ago
“The Biter Bit” by Wilkie Collins: A Deceptive Tale of Irony and Humor Introduction “The Biter Bit” by Wilkie Collins, a master of the Victorian sensation novel and renowned for his intricate plots and vivid characters, is a humorous short story. Among his works, “The Biter Bit,” though less well-known than “The Woman in White” […] The post The Biter Bit By Wilkie Collins appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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A Life Backwards
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
1w ago
A life backwards, Without sense and without hope, All wrong, All right. Inverted existence, Senseless void, Hopeless journey, Chaotic order. Backward strides, Lost in time, Searching for meaning, In the chaos of existence. Glimmers of purpose, Amidst the madness, Fragmented truths, In the labyrinth of life. Shattered dreams, Scattered fragments, Lost whispers, In the abyss […] The post A Life Backwards appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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A Cloudy View
Esther Racah
by Esther Racah
1w ago
A cloudy view of skies of grey and blue, Where dreams ensued, A vast canvas where thoughts renewed, Clouds lingered in silent cue, Painting stories, both old and new. Soft whispers like morning dew became a symphony of shades, A timeless brew, In every shadow, a tale to construed, A cloudy view, forever enlightened. Through […] The post A Cloudy View appeared first on Esther Racah Writer & Literary Blogger ..read more
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