A Handful Of Horror
By Stuart Neild ©2011 Stuart Neild
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This collection consists of Great Aunts Dressing Gown, The Wrong One, The Marbury Dunne, The Ark and The Boy Who Would Be Holmes. Five short horror stories all written by Stuart Neild
GREAT AUNTS DRESSING GOWN
The return of the prodigal son. I watched, shaking my head, as my Mother tried in vain to pick up one of the overweight boxes I was dragging into the house. The house in question was her house, not mine, in my former home town of Northwich, which now it seemed, was to be my home once more whether I liked it or not.