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y separately published work icon Home and Hearth single work   short story   horror  
Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Home and Hearth
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'Caroline’s son returns to home and hearth at last. She’s a good parent or so she tells herself. She did everything a mother could to bring Simon back, even lied for him. The only problem is that Caroline’s not sure she actually wants him here anymore.

'Has Simon changed? Or is he still a danger? And does it matter now that the shadows are beginning to stir in the empty rooms of Caroline’s house?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

    • c
      United Kingdom (UK),
      c
      Western Europe, Europe,
      :
      Spectral Press ,
      2014 .
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      Note/s:
      • Published as a standalone chapbook (single story).
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      Australia,
      c
      :
      Angela Slatter ,
      2015 .
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      Note/s:
      • Release as a standalone ebook via distributor Amazon.com
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon In Your Face Tehani Croft (editor), Rockingham : FableCroft Publishing , 2016 9306795 2016 anthology short story

    'In Your Face will be made up of original and reprinted speculative fiction stories that deal with very provocative themes. These stories will be provocative and/or confronting but with a firm purpose – they are pieces that will perhaps make readers uncomfortable because they are a bit too hard-hitting or close to the bone, but which interrogate these themes and ideas, and make a point about the world we live in.'

    Source: Publisher's website (Sighted: 19/2/2016)

    Rockingham : FableCroft Publishing , 2016
    pg. 299-322
    Note: Reprint.
  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales Angela Slatter , United Kingdom (UK) : PS Publishing , 2016 10435134 2016 selected work short story horror

    'Winter Children and Other Chilling Tales collects some of Angela Slatter’s finest horror stories to date. From the Lovecraftian laments of “The Song of Sighs” and “Only the Dead and the Moonstruck” to the uncanny notes of “The October Widow” and the stunning new “The Red Forest”, it’s clear that Slatter is, in the words of Stephen Jones, ‘a powerful and eloquent voice in horror fiction.’ Each tale is a darkly crafted gem.'

    Source: Publisher's blurb.

    United Kingdom (UK) : PS Publishing , 2016
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