England’s majestic Northwest, land of rain-washed skies, dark forests and brooding, windswept hills. Famous too for its industrial blight and brutal persecutions; a realm where skulls scream and witches wail, gallows creak and grave-robbers prowl the long, black nights …
The hideous scarecrows of Lune
The heathen rite at Knowsley
The revenge killings in Preston
The elegant ghost of Combermere
The berserk boggart of Moston
The malformed brute on Mann
The walking dead at Haigh Hall
And many more chilling tales by Ramsey Campbell, Stephen Gallagher, Sam Stone, Simon Kurt Unsworth, Cate Gardner and other award-winning masters and mistresses of the macabre.
‘Terror Tales of Cornwall, for me at least, has three levels as there are good stories, very good stories, and excellent ones.’ Joe X Young, Gingernuts of Horror
284pp approx. B-format paperback original anthology.
Published July 2019
ABOUT THE EDITOR
Former police officer and journalist Paul Finch is widely published in the British and North American anthology and independent press markets; he is the recipient of numerous ‘honourable mentions’ in Ellen Datlow’s annual ‘Year’s Best’ anthology, and his own collection, After Shocks, was recommended for both British Fantasy Society and Horror Writers Association awards.
His forte is horror and dark fantasy, but he has also contributed extensively to the detective, thriller and sci-fi genres, has written TV scripts for the long-running British crime series The Bill, and for several popular cartoon shows; in addition, he has now sold a full-blown horror movie script to Talisman Films. He lives in Lancashire, England, with his wife Cathy, and his children Eleanor and Harry.