Could anyone here tell me if this was in fact by Ray Bradbury as i remember reading this short and can't quite place it? The story may only have been an anthology edited by him, if so i apologise to purists here, however it definetly feel like one of his shorts from the flavour of the text. However my 20 year old memory of reading this is perhaps missleading.
Terry Tapp is (or appears to be) the name of a real author, and is not a pseudonym for Ray Bradbury.
Ray has not written a story with that title (although he did write one called "Yesterday I Lived"! This was published in his short story collection A Memory of Murder.)
I'm afraid I don't know the story in question, so I can't help you find it.
- Phil<br /> http://home.wlv.ac.uk/~in5379
That story is part of an anthology called "The Thirteenth Ghost Book," which was edited by Mary Danby in 1981. It was written by Terry Tapp.
Thanks for that. Your right i had that book all those years ago didn't realise Terry Tap was the author, thanks.
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