Am looking forward to reading “Hell’s Ditch” by Simon Bestwick. Here’s his Q&A with Ray Cluley about the novel.
Simon Bestwick is the author of Tide Of Souls, The Faceless and Black Mountain. His short fiction has appeared in Black Static and Best Horror Of The Year, and been collected in A Hazy Shade Of Winter, Pictures Of The Dark, Let’s Drink To The Dead and The Condemned.
I caught up with Simon to ask him about his new book, Hell’s Ditch, which is already generating a great deal of praise and excitement. But first, here’s the cover and blurb.
The dream never changes: a moonless, starless night without end. The road she walks is black, bordered with round, white pebbles or nubs of polished bone; she can’t tell which but they’re the only white in the darkness, marking her way through the night.
In dreams and nightmares, Helen walks the Black Road. It leads her back from the grave, back from madness, back towards…
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