In Darkness Calls there are ten tales of the supernatural, the macabre and the weird for you to enjoy. They are set in Yorkshire – in a museum on Christmas Eve night where an ancient evil stalks, in a derelict church in Halifax where ghost children roam, in a Gothic cemetery where a boy finds himself stone-struck, and in other stories, women transform into magical powerful beings, and Krampus visits a Victorian family. In two new stories, never before published, Plague visits a village riding a dragon and a little girl takes a trip on a ghost train at the funfair, which is a once in a lifetime experience.
Here in one place are four gothic horrors from the pens of writers Stephanie Ellis and Alyson Faye. From the grime and misery of London’s East End in Ellis’ Asylum of Shadows and The Face Collector to the supernatural darkness of rural England in Faye’s Night of the Rider and When Dead Eyes Weep, you will experience the chill that only this branch of literature can give.
Asylum of Shadows is brutal and horrific, and a page-turner – Steve Stred, Kendall Reviews
Night of the Rider: Intense, dark and description-rich … This supernatural and gothic tale hits every sweet spot – Deborah Sheldon, author of Body Farm Z.
Upcoming February 2021
Daughters of Darkness is the debut collaboration between a quartet of horror writers :- Stephanie Ellis, Alyson Faye, Ruschelle Dillon and Theresa Derwin.