The stories written by Dr. Paul A. Clark in this book are most entertaining and shed light upon a number of occult principles. In the tradition of Dion Fortune's "The Secrets of Dr. Taverner," Paul embodies little-known aspects of occult psychology in the form of fiction. Dion Fortune claimed that she used fiction to publish such aspects because if they were published as non-fiction "they would have no chance of hearing." While reading these stories you may begin to feel like you really know some of the characters. This feeling may be due, in part, to Paul's skilled use of character development; or it may be due, in part, to a realization that these characters have a life of their own; in any case, you are sure to be entertained. This NEW expanded edition contains two brand new stories by Dr. Paul A. Clark.