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‘The Witch Finder’s Sister’ Beth Underdown

‘Evil posseses neither depth nor any demonic dimension’  Hannah Arendt ‘The Witch Finder’s Sister’ is a novel full of dread and fear and like some of the greatest horror stories it is allegorical in nature. However it contains nothing of the supernatural, rather it is folk-horror … Continue reading

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‘Little Deaths’ Emma Flint

‘Little Deaths’ as a title is ingenious, drawing you to the heart of this excellent novel. ‘Little Deaths’ because it is the murder of two children which sets off the chain of events which their mother, Ruth, must endure. ‘Little … Continue reading

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