Ginger Nuts of Horror
NewCon Press has just announced details of a brand new four novella set from such celebrated authors as Simon Clark, Alison Littlewood, Sarah Lotz, and Jay Caselberg. They are available as single books or as a gorgeous hardback slipped cased set featuring cover art from the hugely talented Vincent Sammy.
NewCon Press is a multiple award-winning independent publisher specialising in science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy and horror. Founded in 2006 by author and editor Ian Whates, NewCon Press has established a reputation for quality, working with some of genre fiction’s best known names as well as with exciting new voices.
NewCon produces signed limited edition hardback, paperback, and eBook editions, and we are never frightened to showcase the talents of debut authors alongside those of more established writers.
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After narrowly escaping a bomb blast during the Blitz in World War II London, poet Jack Crofton is threatened with death and worse by a mysterious soldier. Fleeing through the war-torn streets, he seeks sanctuary in a pub and falls into company with two elderly gentlemen who claim to be Holmes and Watson, the real life detectives who inspired Conan Doyle’s fictions. Unconvinced but desperate, Jack shares his story, and Holmes agrees to take his case...
Released June 2017, 82 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-48-4 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-47-7 £14.99
In 1917 the world was rocked by claims that two young girls – Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths – had photographed fairies in the sleepy village of Cottingley. In 2017, a century later, we finally discover the true nature of these fey creatures. Correspondence has come to light that contains a harrowing account, written by village resident Lawrence Fairclough, laying bare the fairies’ sinister malevolence and spiteful intent. A gripping, enchanting tale from the bestselling author of Richard & Judy Book Club hit The Cold Season.
Released July 2017, 108 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-49-1 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-50-7 £14.99
When an old friend turns up on Claire’s doorstep one foul night while her husband is away and begs for her help, she knows she should refuse, but she owes him and, despite her better judgement, finds herself helping to bury something in the woods. Will it stay buried, and can Claire live with the knowledge of what she did that night?
Released August 2017, 94 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-51-4 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-52-1 £14.99
Having moved to Abbotsford six months ago, Gerry reckons he’s just getting used to country life and the rural veterinary practice he’s taken on. Nothing could have prepared him, though, for the strange wind that springs up to stir the leaves in unnatural fashion, nor for the strikingly beautiful woman the villagers are so reluctant to talk about...
Released September 2017, 82 pages. Paperback: 978-1-910935-53-8 £6.99
Signed limited edition hardback: 978-1-910935-54-5 £14.99
Also available as a slipcase set, limited to just 40, containing all four novellas signed: £85.00