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The Woman In Black by Susan Hill (Book Review)

The second festive book review for this week is creepy horror The Woman In Black by Susan Hill.

Arthur Kipps is a London lawyer recounting a true ghost tale from his past. 421 more words

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Howards End is on the Landing [A Review]

Howards End is on the Landing, by Susan Hill


A friend discovered this book and liked it so much she bought one copy for me, knowing that I have an extreme weakness for books on the love of books. 167 more words

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Susan Hill: Dolly - review

Author: Susan Hill
Publish Date: 5 October 2012
Genre: Horror
Audience: Adult fiction

‘Dolly’ by Susan Hill is on my English Literature university course, and given that it is written by the author of ‘The Woman in Black’, I had extremely high expectations. 506 more words

The Travelling Bag: Playful not chilling

British author Susan Hill is best known for The Woman in Black. This genuinely frightening ghost story was released as a novel in 1983, a stage play in 1987, and a film starring Daniel Radcliffe in 2012. 399 more words


Author: Susan Hill

I found Susan Hill this summer when I was hankering for a Shirley Jackson novel. I have read almost everything Jackson has put out, and since I can’t perform memory charms on myself so I can read… 2,016 more words


The Woman in Black - Day 20 NaBloPoMo 2017

The Woman in Black 2012. Directed by James Watkins.

This is quite an interesting film in several respects. Firstly, it was based on the wonderful novella of the same name by English writer, Susan Hill. 250 more words



When I saw this novella in a stack of discounted books awhile back, I was intrigued by its premise. Seeing it was authored by Susan Hill, who wrote WOMAN IN BLACK, which has been adapted to film more than once, intrigued me even more.  202 more words

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