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Out now: “Eltonsbrody” by Edgar Mittelholzer

"When Woodsley, a young English painter, arrives in Barbados and finds no lodging available, he thinks himself fortunate to be invited to stay at Eltonsbrody, a mansion belonging to the eccentric widow Mrs Scaife. But behind the locked doors of the house's disused rooms lurk terrible secrets, and soon strange and blood-curdling events begin to unfold. The tension builds towards a shocking and unforgettable conclusion, when the full horror of Eltonsbrody will be revealed."...continue reading

Out now: “The Return Of Fursey” by Mervyn Wall – A Classic Irish Supernatural Satire

Having escaped being burnt at the stake, the reluctant sorcerer Fursey is back in this sequel, trying to make a quiet life for himself as a grocer in the realm of King Ethelwulf. But when his old enemies seize his wife, Fursey resolves to embrace evil and return to Ireland to reclaim her. Along the way, he’ll have to contend with bloodthirsty Vikings, a melancholy vampire, an alcoholic wizard, a lovesick cow, and Satan himself, intent on gaining ownership of Fursey’s soul ...continue reading

Welcome, thanks for joining me…

I'd like to give a heartfelt welcome and thanks to all the recent subscribers to my new website. Thank you, please leave a comment if you have any feedback about the site, or even just to say hello. I'm just getting set up and look forward to sharing news about my ongoing audiobook productions, sample readings from some of my favourite literature as well as where you can find other great audiobooks ...Continue Reading

Ashik Kerib (Film)

Available here on DVD from Amazon.co.uk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1E7R_zqgRcI Ashik Kerib  (literally, "the strange lover") is a 1988 Soviet art film directed by Dodo Abashidze from Georgia and Sergei Parajanov from Armenia that is based on the short story of the same name by Mikhail Lermontov. It was Parajanov's last completed film and was dedicated to his close friend Andrei Tarkovsky, who had died two... Continue Reading →

The Future Of Mr Polly – Ian Shimwell

The sequel to HG Wells' celebrated comic novel, The History of Mr. Polly. Time has moved on for Mr. Polly. Over 10 years have passed since the tragic loss of his beloved Nancy - "Nan" as he lovingly called her. Polly thinks he should now leave the Potwell Inn to allow Nan's daughter to rightfully inherit her home and fully live her own life. But...a new postmistress has arrived at the village and Mr. Polly is immediately bewitched. As a wistful Mr. Polly looks to the future, he attempts to put his past behind him, but ...Continue Reading

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