There’s a new horror behind every door…
Welcome to Silverweed Road – a once quiet suburban street where nothing is quite as it seems. In this macabre collection of twisted tales, were-foxes prowl, a swimming pool turns predatory, a haunted urn plots revenge and a darts player makes a deal with the devil himself.
As the residents vanish one by one, a sinister mystery slowly unpeels, lurking in the Woods at the road’s dead-end.
Creepy, chilling, and witty by turn, Silverweed Road deals in love, loss, isolation, loneliness, obsession, greed, and revenge.
Come take a walk-through suburban hell. The neighbours will be dying to meet you …
This is a personal statement from former Detective Chief Inspector Him Health.PROLOGUE
(@HarperCollinsUK, 29 September 2022, e-book, 336 pages, #ARC from the publisher via @NetGalley)
I enjoyed Silverweed Road a lot. I thought this was an original concept for a collection of horror stories, each one set in the same suburban street where bad things just happen. I liked the little afterward for each story with a retired detective from the area offering his opinion on what really happened. The stories are horror stories and features all-manner of unpleasant creatures and events but the structure of the collection did add an element of humour. This is worth a read.