Crafts and Assaults: Two Uncanny Tales for the Season

Markham Shaw Pyle and GMW Wemyss are Bapton Books’ noted historians; critics; and annotators of classic works, who – on a seasonal wager as their coming history of the July Crisis of 1914 was wrapping up – decided to reward their loyal readers with a story apiece, as ‘unco’ uncanny’ as they felt they wished to be.

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About GMW Wemyss

Parliamentary historian, chronicler of Titanic’s sinking and Churchill’s ascent, annotator of Kipling and of Kenneth Grahame: GMW Wemyss lives and writes, wisely pseudonymously, in Wilts. Having, by invoking the protective colouration of tweeds, cricket (he was a dry bob at school), and country matters, somehow evaded immersion in Mercury whilst up at University, he survived to become the West Country’s beloved essayist; author or co-author of histories of the Narvik Debate, the fall of Chamberlain and the rise of Churchill, of 1937 – that year of portent – and of the UK and US enquiries into the sinking of Titanic; and co-editor and co-annotator of Kipling’s Mowgli stories and Kenneth Grahame.

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