OTD in 1843, Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’, was first published. The new Laureate na nÓg, P.J. Lynch captures the spirit of Dickens’s beloved tale in a richly illustrated, unabridged paperback edition. A Christmas Carol has become as much a part of Christmas as trees, stockings and mistletoe. Ireland’s new Children’s Laureate P.J. Lynch breathes new life into Dickens’s classic ghostly tale for this magnificent paperback edition. Ebenezer Scrooge is a mean old skinflint, and our story opens on a Christmas Eve as cold as his heart.

In the dead of night, Scrooge is visited by the tormented ghost of his old friend Jacob Marley. Having led … More

Something strange is happening on British shores. Britain has a long history of folk tales, ghost stories and other uncanny fictions, and these literary ley lines are still shimmering beneath the surface of this green and pleasant land. Every few generations this strangeness crawls out from the dark places of the British imagination, seeping into our art and culture

We are living through such a time. This Dreaming Isle is an anthology of new horror stories and weird fiction … More

Eight Ghosts: The English Heritage Book of New Ghost Stories is an anthology of eight short stories about ghosts and haunted sites from eight contributors edited by Rowan Routh. The English Heritage Foundation allowed eight authors to spend a night of the site of the choosing to be inspired to write this collection of ghost stories inspired by the site.

001 – “They Flee From Me That Sometimes Did Me Seek” by Sarah Perry 017 – “Mr. Lanyard’s Last Case” … More