'No one chills the blood like Susan Hill' Daily Telegraph From the horrifying secret of Eel Marsh House in The Woman in Black to the supernatural terror unleashed by spiteful Leonora van Vorst in Dolly and the deadly danger posed by Professor Parmitter's painting of Venice in The Man in the Picture, Susan Hill's ghost stories never fail to raise the hairs on the back of your neck and keep you turning the pages long past midnight. Here, collected together for the first time - and also including the bestselling Printers Devil Court and The Small Hand - are all of Susan Hill's spinechilling stories of murder, magic and mayhem. Read on if you dare ...
A stunning gift edition collecting together Susan Hill's bestselling ghost stories
Praise for Susan Hill's ghost stories: 'Susan Hill is the grande dame of English supernatural fiction Financial Times Part of the fear she conjures up is a sense that this could happen to anyone Scotsman An assuredly chilling ghost story -- Sadie Jones Guardian Possesses a timeless austerity ... the very simplicity of Hill's unveiling of her story in Dolly imposes an awful inevitability on the action ... suitably wintry atmospheric storytelling. Spectator As accomplished and effective as the rest, not tired in the least even if there is a cunning formula at work ... Best read at night for full effect Independent Perfectly creepy ... a real chiller Saga Susan Hill is the queen of the traditional ghost story and this one has a beautifully crafted creepiness ... Superb and scary The Times
Susan Hill is the winner of numerous literary prizes including the Somerset Maugham award. She was awarded CBE for her services to literature earlier this year. Author of the Simon Serrailler crime series and numerous other novels, her literary memoir, Howards End Is On The Landing  and the ghost stories The Man In The Picture , The Small Hand , Dolly and Printers Devil Court are all published by Profile. The Woman in Black, which was has been running in the West End for over twenty years, and was a huge film in 2012 is published by Profile in hardback .