George Knight lives and works in Gloucestershire and has for many years loved the Middle Ages, Central Asia and the Silk Road, Rudyard Kipling, books old and new, lightly worn learning, Chinese tea, classical music (especially Bach, Vivaldi, Albinoni, Mozart and Beethoven), BBC Radio 4, cookery (although more with enthusiasm than skill) and Islay single malt whisky.
He has long been an enthusiast for the ghost stories of M. R. James and still remembers the effect of first reading the Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories and the work of Jorge Luis Borges.
He would love to be able to move to Italy and write in the sunshine, like Ernest Hemingway.
Where to find George Knight online
The Wreck of the Lodewijk and Other Ghostly Stories
by George Knight
Darkling crypts. The wreck of ships. Fear takes flight and shall affright all those who dare to read George Knight.
The Gloucestershire author George Knight makes his debut with four gem-like tales of the ghostly season, in the English ghost story tradition of Dickens, M R James, and Susan Hill. Ghost trains, ghost stations, country churches, strands where the imagination lurches....
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