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Uncle Montague’s Tale of Terror

by Chris Priestley

But as the stories unfold, another even more spine-tingling narrative emerges, one that is perhaps the most frightening of all.
Uncle Montague’ s tales of terror, it transpires, are not so much works of imagination as dreadful, lurking memories. Memories of an earlier time in which Uncle Montague lived a very different life to his present solitary existence.



About Chris Priestley

Ever since he was a teenager Chris has loved unsettling and creepy stories, with fond memories of buying comics like 'Strange Tales' and 'House of Mystery', watching classic BBC TV adaptations of M R James ghost stories every Christmas and reading assorted weirdness by everyone from Edgar Allen Poe to Ray Bradbury. He hopes his books will haunt his readers in the way those writers have haunted him.



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