Sun v Shadows

8284159440_29c504883c_oWhilst the clocks have only recently gone forward and the sun is starting to make more regular appearances, it’s not too soon to be thinking about the October release of our long-awaited title ‘Shadows on the Fens’.

Edited by Wayne Drew, ‘Shadows on the Fens’ for the first time brings together the very best stories from the ghost-ridden counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire in one volume. With lonely dunes and marshes, ruined mills and lighthouses and unmarked tracks that lead you to the unknown, it’s no wonder so many of the masters of the English ghost story chose to set their tales in East Anglia. Some of the stories in this collection are old favourites, others have been out of print for years, and three new stories show the Eastern Counties still have the ability to inspire writers to explore the darker side.

It promises to be the perfect way to celebrate the nights drawing in again…

 

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