GNoH REVIEW: Upmorchard, R. Ostermeier (2021)

Strictly limited to one hundred copies, and never to be reprinted as a standalone volume, Upmorchard revisits the peninsula’s past for the tale of Watts Barlik – Barley – who is drawn to an abandoned fishing hamlet and the stone artefact housed there.

Buy from Broodcomb press HERE

“You belong to me until morning.”
​Brooding, mysterious words, most apt for a brooding and mysterious tale set in the remote corners of the South West Peninsula.

Read the full review at Ginger Nuts of Horror.

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