A devastating coming-of-age story from one of our most popular storytellers.
This new Simon Serrailler short story looks back to when Simon was a 'rookie' beat copper with the Met. Times were different, London is not Lafferton.
Published in one volume for the first time, all Susan Hill's full length ghost stories: The Woman in Black, The Man in the Picture, The Small Hand, Dolly and Printer's Devil Court.
I looked for a long time for the right quotation to put on our exclusive coffee mug and at last I found it - 'She is too fond of books, and it has turned her brain' from Louisa M Alcott's semi-autobiographical novel Work: A Story of Experience.
Launching today, Susan Hill's first three fridge magnets, two from The Woman in Black to chill you to your very bones, before you open the fridge.
BOOK OF THE MONTH
Young officer John Hilliard returns to his battalion in France following a period of sick leave in England.
'"There's the drowned churches and the swallowed-up village," he chuckled. "Those are particularly fine examples of 'nothing to see.' And we've a good wild run of an abbey with a handsome graveyard—you can get to it at low tide."'