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Those Dreaded Discrepancies: A Writer's Bane

Firstly, I want to apologise to Susan Hill by mentioning her work in the same post as that late Victorian and Edwardian writer of best selling twaddle, Charles Garvice… 1,720 more words

Literary Criticism

Review: The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

Margot McGovern reviews Susan Hill’s Gothic chiller The Woman in Black (1983).

When a thick yellow fog settles over London, budding lawyer Arthur Kipps is thrilled to be sent to the remote seaside village of Crythin Gifford to attend the funeral of his firm’s client, Mrs Drablow, and to sort through her papers at the ominously named Eel Marsh House. 1,009 more words


The Woman In Black: Angel Of Death - A Review

When The Woman In Black was released in 2012, I was plagued with nightmares for weeks after. Yes, I understand how pathetic that sounds for a then 20 year old, but it disturbed me. 745 more words


Review of The Pure in Heart – Book 2 of the Simon Serrailler series by Suan Hill

Susan Hill has always been a writer with an edge. Best known for her long-running gothic horror play The Woman in Black, now a horribly mangled film, and a series of disturbing books – see my review of… 544 more words

Book Review

The Monster Goddess Book Club - July | The Woman in Black

Bonjour mon ami from France the land of the sun and beach.

Welcome to month seven if our little book club, this month we had to read a book with a stage adaptation, so we chose The Woman In Black by Susan Hill. 260 more words


The Woman in Black. Stephen Joseph Theatre. 30-07-15

The Woman in Black started out at the Stephen Joseph theatre as a small scale lunchtime show, back in 1987, without any thought that it might become the second longest running show ever to be staged in the West End- it has been running for twenty five years and there have been twelve national tours. 456 more words

Arts Reviews And Comment

The Man In the Picture; Susan Hill

Read: August 2013
Bookmarks: 2.5

As someone who personally loved The Woman in Black, I have to say, The Man in the Picture feel flat in comparison. 584 more words

Book Review