Terror Tay-els of Way-els available now

Hurrar! I get to be part of a wonderful series of books edited by Paul Finch, the Terror Tales series, each of which focuses on a different location British. I’m in this one, exploring the mysteries of Wales, with a story called ‘Under the Windings of the Sea’. The wonderfully eerie cover art is by Neil Williams.


You can order a copy if you like by visiting here.

Here’s the contents list, with italic sections in between providing a ‘non-fiction’ account of weird Welsh lore and legend. It’s a mighty fine list and I’m very lucky to be among such writers:

Under the Windings of the Sea by Ray Cluley

Legions of Ghosts

Old as the Hills by Steve Duffy

The Beast of Bodalog

The Druid’s Rest by Reggie Oliver

Night of the Bloody Ape

Swallowing a Dirty Seed by Simon Clark

The Devil Made Him Do It

The Face by Thana Niveau

Hoof-beats in the Mist

Don’t Leave Me Down Here by Steve Lockley

The Werewolf of Clwyd

Matilda of the Night by Stephen Volk

The Goblin Stone

The Sound of the Sea by Paul Lewis

A Quick Pint and a Slow Hanging

The Flow by Tim Lebbon


The Offspring by Steve Jordan

Prophecy of Fire

Dialled by Bryn Fortey

The Dark Heart of Magnificence

The Rising Tide by Priya Sharma

The Hag Lands

Apple of their Eyes by Gary Fry

Beneath the Sea of Wrecks

Learning the Language by John Llewellyn Probert

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