The Writing on the Wall
What if you only had as many days left to live as there are letters in your name?
What if an invisible hand shaped your destiny?
What if your night terrors were real?
These and other questions are posed in The Writing on the Wall, a collection of what might loosely be described as ‘weird fiction’: strange happenings, dangerous artefacts, curses, cannibals, and witches. The stories tell of a world where no one is quite who you think they are and nothing is quite what it seems.
The collection comprises six short stories — including the prize-winning The Black Dog, a ghost story with a traditional feel that has been described as being in the style of M.R. James — plus the terrifying novelette-length title story.
A bonus story, Steven Miscandlon’s Frigid Air, will have you checking the contents of your refrigerator every half hour. Or possibly never opening the door again.
Prepare for chills and terror as you encounter the unusual, the unsettling and the downright horrific in The Writing on the Wall. Light the lamps. Lock the door. And whatever you do, don’t look behind you.
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