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Sunful Saturday Review

WhitStable By Stephen Volk

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1971. A middle-aged man, wracked with grief, walks along the beach at Whitstable in Kent… A boy approaches him and, taking him for the famous vampire-hunter Doctor Van Helsing from the Hammer movies, asks for his help. Because he believes his stepfather really is a vampire…So begins the moving and evocative new novella by Stephen Volk, published by the British Fantasy Award-nominated Spectral Press in May 2013 to coincide with the centenary of the most celebrated and beloved of Hammer’s stars, Peter Cushing

The Crossing By Joe McKinney

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Dark county: ten tales of rural terror

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The author of BENEATH takes you one a Journey into the dark heart of rural England Lincolnshire, a place of beauty and peace, but also a place of bleakness and violence. In this collection of short stories, Amazon bestselling horror writer, Kit Tinsley explores the darkness at the centre of the countryside. The ten tales within cover many aspects of the horror genre, from the supernatural to all too human evil. Included stories: A DRIVE IN THE COUNTRY – A troubled, married couple seek a pleasant day out, but it goes very wrong when they have an accident on the isolated, country road. TRACKS – A young, deaf boy tries to prove his bravery by exploring a ghostly local legend, but will he survive the tracks? THE HOUSE BY THE MARSH – A group of childhood friends find their whole lives haunted by a chance encounter with a derelict old house. THE CROWS – A career criminal takes on one last job too many. FEAR AND LOATHING IN SKEG VEGAS – A young man with a gambling addiction owes money to a very dangerous man. Will a meeting with a strange old man save him, or damn him? These stories and more will open you eyes to what is hidden under the surface of the DARK COUNTY.

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