Yes, that would make my WFH top ten. The Wordsworth Best With Five Fingers is maybe too generous. Like virtually every short story writer I can think of, his work is better served in multiple-author selections, magazine publications & the like. It's handy to have them all in one place, but, much as I enjoy his stuff, not sure I'd even attempt to read 45 of his - or anyone's - supernatural stories on the spin.
From the first, I set myself against "literature"; the story was the thing, and no amount of style could persuade me to select a story that lacked genuine, unadulterated horror. For those who wanted something high-brow there was plenty.
A lot of people seem to like that one; I wasn't that impressed. I'm now 89% done and still feel the same. The writing is good but nothing "grabs" me. I guess I was expecting stories more like those of Benson, Cowles or Daubeny....
I did take a break twice to read other things, the last being Pan Horror #4. But even if I'd only read a few stories now and then, liked them any better. You win some, you lose some . I just read "Mrs. Egan's Arm", which was one of the best so far. Two more stories to go.