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HarvillSecker Oct 22
'This new collection of creepy tales will go down as a must-read, mixing shades of with , , violence and, at times, dark, dark humour...all will leave you unnerved'
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Curtis Brown Books Oct 31
What books are you curled up with today? We are peeping through our fingers at 's new collection of feminist horror stories.
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Sam Read Bookseller Oct 17
Unsettling short stories to burn through the darkening evenings... 's
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VINTAGE Books Nov 10
Switching off tonight? 'If ever there was a collection to disprove the idea that the short story is the literary form for an age of dwindling attention spans, this is it.' –  on by You can read more here 👇
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Bookish chat Sep 30
*NEW BLOG POST* My review of by is now live over on the blog. If you buy 1 book in the run up to Halloween, let it be this one ❤️. Amazing!
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Bookish chat Oct 2
I’ve reviewed these two belters recently. Short stories at their absolute finest. Check out my reviews over on the blog
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Foyles Bookshop Oct 23
Fancy a creepy story? There’s a dark pond, an old house and a ghost awaiting on our blog—a story from , the spine-chilling new feminist collection from award-winning author . Online for a limited time only!
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Bookish chat Sep 20
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Foyles Bookshop Oct 23
“It’s strange to see her in water; I feel like I should try to save her from it, (...) though it’s far too late for that.“ Read a story from 's creepy new collection on our blog for a limited time only:
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Rachel Oct 31
It’s Halloween 🎃 and if you’re looking for an excellent creepy book, try by it’s a perfectly chilling collection of short stories!
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HarvillSecker Oct 1
Perfect reading for this dark October eve ⛈️
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Foyles Bookshop Oct 1
Get your spooky on with , from award-winning author of —a chilling and elegant short story collection where the inner fears of women play out against horror and fairy tale traditions.
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Bookish chat Nov 22
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Nia Liversuch 🍁🌸📚 Oct 31
I adored , one of the best short story collections I've ever read! Your writing is captivating and chilling, I loved every word. Some of my other faves are Sugar Hall , Wakenhyrst & The Little Stranger by 👻
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Sophie 📚🐾 Jun 14
😍 looks like has everything I want from a book!!
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🌙✨Elly Vidal ✨🌙 Jul 8
Ok, I now want every Monday to start with a new book on my desk. Thanks ! 😍👸🏻✨
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Kate McNair Sep 26
Seriously looking forward to getting a copy of by because it’s going to be all of the good stuff: twisted and creepy and clever and thoughtful and true. In a dark way.
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Bookish chat Dec 6
So so many great ones! by Jackie Kay. by by Helen Dunmore I would also put a vote in for by . Some darker ones are by
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Clare J Cavanagh Oct 1
Fab, mystical evening with at the launch of her new book , chaired by . Had to run off but can't wait to pick up my copy at Festival in a couple of weeks! 🎉✨📚
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wildseedmagazine Oct 27
we might be late but we’d never do you dirty. read ‘The Only Time I Think of You is All The Time’ from 's creepy new collection this . (it’s on blog for a limited time so don’t hang about.)
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