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The Moorstone Sickness Hal and Rowan Graham flee the bustle of London to the rustic village of Moorstone, where everything seems perfect, almost too perfect Suspicious, they try to unravel its mysterious secrets, such as why does so small a village need such a large asylum By the same author as The Godsend. Best Download The Moorstone Sickness [ Author ] Bernard Taylor [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – thegreatwallonline.us

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  • Unknown Binding
  • 161 pages
  • The Moorstone Sickness
  • Bernard Taylor
  • English
  • 25 September 2017
  • 0312547463

10 thoughts on “The Moorstone Sickness


  1. says:

    Hal and Rowan flee the big city of London to settle in the beautiful, placid, and exceedingly friendly village of Moorstone disturbing undercurrents eventually become stronger stronger, and the almost happy couple find that things are murky indeed beneath the town s lovely surface there are some intriguing things going on under the surface of this novel as well Bernard steeps his small bag of precisely drawn yet often ambiguously sympathetic characters into the opaque waters of immortal Hal and Rowan flee the big city of London to settle in the beautiful, placid, and exceedingly friendly village o...


  2. says:

    Another great book brought back into print by Valancourt Bernard Taylor s The Moorstone Sickness is about a young couple, trying to get on with their lives after the death of their young son, by moving away from the city and into arural community Conveniently, just as they are about to give up hope, a chance encounter with a doctor leads them to the quaint area of Moorstone.M...


  3. says:

    His is a hardcover book from St Martin s Press.


  4. says:

    3.5 starsThis book may not be the best horror novel ever, but A that was creepy and b the ending, OH GOD One very big thing that I came to realize after having finished The Moorstone Sickness is just how very jaded modern horror readers have become When I got to the end of the novel, I realized that here is a case where you really have to consider just what it is that constitutes your own personal idea of horror If it s blood, guts and gore splattered everywhere you re a...


  5. says:

    This is my second foray into the mind and writing of Bernard Taylor, English horror suspense author from the 1970 s onwards Once again I lament the fact that this author s works were virtually unknown to me until I was introduced recently to Sweetheart Sweetheart 1977 and have now come to love his quiet, unassuming atmospheric and yet highly charged and readable horror delights If you are expecting horror that is full on, extreme, graphic or visceral then perhaps Bernard Taylor s writing m This is my second foray into the mind and writing of Bernard Taylor, English horror suspense author from the 1970 s onwards Once again I lament the fact that this author s works were virtually unknown to me until I was introduced recently to Sweetheart Sweetheart 1977 and have now come to love his quiet, unassuming atmospheric and yet highly charged and readable horror delights If you are expecting horror that is full on, extreme, graphic or visceral then perhaps Bernard Taylor s writing may not be to your taste However if you enjoy a story that slowly builds with seemingly innocent but possibly disturbing characters then The Moorstone Sickness is a delight to be discovered Hal and Rowan Graham are moving to the quaint and perfect village of Moorstone so named because of the enormous stone that overshadows it They lost their son Adam in tragic circumstances and hope that this change of life and pace will help kindle their rel...


  6. says:

    This is my second foray into the mind and writing of Bernard Taylor, English horror suspense author from the 1970 s onwards Once again I lament the fact that this author s works were virtually unknown to me until I was introduced recently to Sweetheart Sweetheart 1977 and have now come to love his quiet, unassuming atmospheric and yet highly charged and readable horror delights If you are expecting horror that is full on, extreme, graphic or visceral then perhaps Bernard Taylor s writing m This is my second foray into the mind and writing of Bernard Taylor, English horror suspense author from the 1970 s onwards Once again I lament the fact that this author s works were virtually unknown to me until I was introduced recently to Sweetheart Sweetheart 1977 and have now come to love his quiet, unassuming atmospheric and yet highly charged and readable horror delights If you are expecting horror that is full on, extreme, graphic or visceral then perhaps Bernard Taylor s writing may not be to your taste However if you enjoy a story that slowly builds with seemingly innocent but ...


  7. says:

    There s just something so strong, so powerful, about Bernard Taylor s writing This is my second book by the author and I just loved it Taylor s voice just hits me right He s my kind of horror There s plenty of sinister atmosphere, a good story, and a depth to the characters In The Moorstone Sickness , I was pulled in right from the first page a stressed out couple leaves hectic London for a quaint village on the moors, to a place recommended to them by a casual encounter with a gentleman a There s just something so strong, so powerful, about Bernard Taylor s writing This is my second book by the author and I just loved it Taylor s voice just hits me right He s my kind of horror There s plenty of sinister atmosphere, a good story, and a depth to the characters In The Moorstone Sickness , I was pulled in right from the first page a stressed out couple leaves hectic London for a quaint village on the moors, to a place recommended to them by a casual encounter with a gentleman at a city cafe Just a casual, out of the blue chance conversation Right there the hairs on my arm stand right up view spoiler OK, just how spooky...


  8. says:

    i think maybe this is one of the domain of contemporary english hardcore horrors


  9. says:

    The Moorstone Sickness is another example of an excellent lost book deservedly resurrected by the guys at my favorite reissue publisher, Valancourt Books Until recently, I had not read a whole lot of horror fiction from the late 70s 80s era of genre paperbacks there was just too much out there at the time, and judging by the tacky cover art, most of it looked awful But as I ve learned thanks mainly to Valancourt , there were actually quite a few genre diamonds in the rough published at the The Moorstone Sickness is another example of an excellent lost book deservedly resurrected by the guys at my favorite reissue publisher, Valancourt Books Until recently, I had not read a whole lot of horror fiction from the late 70s 80s era of genre paperbacks there was just too much out there at the time, and judging by the tacky cover art, most of it looked awful But as I ve learned thanks mainly to Valancourt , there were actually quite a few genre diamonds in the rough published at the time, among them the novels of Michael McDowell, Basil Copper, Michael Talbotand Bernard Taylor Based on reading this novel, I can say that Taylor is the most subtle of the bunch Although published at a time when cheap shocks and gory effects were first emerging as standard elements in horror novels and films, The Moorstone Sickness doesn t rely on or even include a single instance of either Although clearly a horror novel in that we know events will probably turn out to have a supe...


  10. says:

    Good ol fashioned slow burn horror story, originally published in 1981, by the author of The Godsend and Sweetheart Sweetheart This has a touch of The Stepford Wives and The Wicker Man but with a nasty kick all its own Recommended for fans of the old school Valancourt Books has been resurrecting classic genre fiction and out of print gay titles in attractive new editions for several years now, showing great taste and discernment they ve also already reprinted several Michael McDowell books a Good ol fashioned slow burn horror story, originally published in 1981, by the author of The Godsend and Sweetheart Sweetheart This has a touch of The Stepford Wives and The Wicker Man but with a nasty kick all its own Recommended for fans of the old school Valancourt Books has been resurrecting classic genre fiction and out of print gay titles...

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