Book: Strangers at the Door - Twelve unsettling tales of horror by Christopher Hendersoncategories: Book, Supernatural, London, Monsters, British, Scary, Fiction, Wimbledon, Croydon, Crystal Palace, Urban Wyrd, Horror Fiction
Christopher Hendersonabout this book: Horror lurks where you least expect it. It is not comfortably confined to the crumbling house that the locals whisper is haunted, nor to the echoing corridors of a derelict asylum or the overgrown graveyard of an abandoned church. Horror does not come with warning signs. All too often, it is waiting, hungry, around the very next corner, or behind the unassuming door you are about to open.
'Strangers at the Door' is a collection of twelve short stories from suburban London. But surface appearances can be deceptive: these are not the comfortably familiar suburbs you think you know. This is a London haunted by shadows, and it is not always safe to know what casts them.
- Stranger at the Door
- Europa Union
- As I Was Going Up the Stair
- To Make Our Bread
- Bone Idol
- Crocodile Green
- Family Secret
- The Zoo
- Thin Walls
- Farewell Performance
'Excellent, enjoyable and a little too scary ... as it should be.
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