Reviews of At Fall of Night from Amazon UK
- 'Cracking read! Absolutely first rate ghost story that I can't recommend highly enough, best read on a winter's evening when the wind's blowing, but with a strong drink handy.' ***** Amazon Customer, 4 December 2017.
- 'This was a remarkably good read. Bulstrode through the often neglected medium of the short story tells us a nuanced multi-generational ghost story set in Victorian England.' **** silverfoxx, 20 December 2017.
From the Author
If you enjoyed this, you may find these other ghost stories by the author to your taste:
- Old Crotchet: a 1920s-set supernatural mystery with a humorous streak. The action unfolds around old Twelfth Night at the Manor of Hinton St Cuthbert, where festivities are about to commence as something sinister stirs from its protracted dormancy, awakened, it seems, by the arrival of two young guests. The old ways, they find, should not be treated lightly.
- Epona: a Celtic Goddess Thirsts for Vengeance. A disturbing tale of the supernatural in which the Victorian gothic meets folk horror, bringing the world of Romano-Celtic Britain into collision with the forces of 19th-century progress. A companion piece to At Fall of Night.
- The Ghost of Scarside Beck: a pair of newlyweds take up residence in an idyllic village in the English Lake District, but a curious carving in the local church seems to hold a key to their fates, as well as a link to the past. An understated ghostly novelette, whose initial light tone builds to a dark, and chilling, climax.
- Anthology: Wry Out West: Five twisted tales of the uncanny from the depths of the English shires. A menacing Jacobean mannequin; a wannabe Crowley in crushed velvet; a television set with a mind of its own; a pious minster guide with decidedly unchristian inclinations, and a roguish 17th-century practitioner of the occult arts, all await you within.