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We Fade to Grey ed. Gary McMahon (PPC hardback)

  • We Fade To Grey by Gary McMahon (ed.)
  • Format: Signed limited PPC hardback
  • ISBN: 978-0955445286
  • Price: £15£7

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We Fade to Grey by Gary McMahon (ed.)

Take a step onto a road that leads to darkness and despair and lurid dreams…

A stunning anthology of five original horror novelettes from five of the very best writers in the UK independent/small press: Paul Finch, Stuart Young, Mark West, Simon Bestwick and Gary McMahon.

With an introduction from the critically-acclaimed and award winning Mark Morris, and story-notes from each author, this collection is a nigh-on perfect example of writing talent that awaits you, from the grounded realism of Finch and West, to the wierd-fantasy of Young, and the quintessentially supernatural tales of Bestwick and McMahon.

Paul Finch is a past-recipient of two British Fantasy and an International Horror Guild awards, along with Stuart Young who won the British Fantasy Award for best novella in 2006. Gary McMahon, Simon Bestwick and Mark West have all been nominated for awards, and achieved critically acclaim for their short fiction.

Available as a strictly limited PPC-hardback edition of 100 copies, signed by all contributors, plus an unsigned paperback edition.

Cover designed by Mark West

We Fade to Grey by Gary McMahon (ed.)

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