Troubled Waters: Causeways of Shingle, Sand and Ice in Horror Fiction

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In my latest This is Horror column, I examine the liminal spaces on the edge of water worlds in four of my favourite dark fiction texts, Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black, Angela Carter’s short story ‘The Bloody Chamber’, Andrew Michael Hurley’s recent masterpiece The Loney and John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Harbour.

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