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Can you recommend something to read?

I am addicted to BBC Radio 4’s A Good Read.   I listen to Harriet Gilbert and guests in back to back episodes, pausing on my commute or interrupting my weekend potter to note down a particular novel, memoir or anthology.     556 more words

Halloween Read: Two by Susan Hill

The Man in the Picture and The Small Hand today on a ghost story double feature!

Both of these tales are little gems of revenge from beyond the grave.  153 more words

Halloween Countdown

The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story, by Susan Hill

This classically-styled ghost story was first published in October, 2011, and has now been made into a film starring Daniel Radcliffe. 309 more words

Interview: James Byng & Terence Wilton (The Woman in Black)

Last week, a number of bloggers were lucky enough to be invited to go behind the scenes of The Woman in Black. We had done… 682 more words

Review: The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre ★★★★

Some shows stay with you for a long time. Perhaps because it resonates with you deeply, perhaps because it raises your spirits…or perhaps it’s because it chills them to the core. 659 more words

Thirty-One Days of CeeCee-O-Ween: The Mist in the Mirror


Synapsis:
A brooding Englishman spends his days skulking inside a haunted estate on a quest to understand his enigmatic childhood hero. Like a silent movie, readers must endure his inner monologue as he deciphers who—or what—is behind the bumps in the night. 236 more words

Adult Paranormal

The Woman in Black by Susan Hill

The film adaptation for The Woman in Black from the newly revamped Hammer Studios is one of my modern favorites.  I do so love a classic ghost story, especially one that feels so old school as this one.  412 more words

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