Edgar Mittelholzer subtitled his 1955 novel A Ghost Story in the Old-fashioned Manner.
In My Bones and My Flute, Milton Woodsley is invited to stay with the wealthy businessman Henry Nevinson and his family in their remote jungle cottage in Guyana. Woodsley, an artist, thinks he’s there to do some paintings for Nevinson, but when the family mention a flute player that no one else can hear, he begins to realize that there is more to their stay. The tension rises as the cottagers’ sanity and lives are threatened.
Some thirty years ago in the National Museum of Guyana, amidst the geological, archaeological and historical artefacts in their display cabinets, there existed a carefully cordoned-off empty space....Read more