The Return

The Return It was never going to be easy to return for one last look at the streets where he spent his childhood years Even knowing this Gary still felt he had to make the effort just this once to see if they

  • Title: The Return
  • Author: David A. Riley
  • ISBN: 9781940250052
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was never going to be easy to return for one last look at the streets where he spent his childhood years Even knowing this, Gary still felt he had to make the effort, just this once, to see if they were really as bad as he remembered In a few months demolition was due to start on Grudge End When Gary Morgan travels north to lie low after a gangland shooting in London,It was never going to be easy to return for one last look at the streets where he spent his childhood years Even knowing this, Gary still felt he had to make the effort, just this once, to see if they were really as bad as he remembered In a few months demolition was due to start on Grudge End When Gary Morgan travels north to lie low after a gangland shooting in London, a childhood friend is violently maimed within hours of his arrival Decades after escaping the blight of his hometown, he finds himself ensnared in a place he hates than any other Feuding families, bloodthirsty syndicates, and hostile forces older than mankind all play a role in the escalating chaos surrounding Gary Morgan Now he must unravel the mysteries of Grudge End and his own past or meet his doom in the grip of an ancient, unimaginable evil David A Riley began writing horror stories while still at school and had his first professional sale in 1969 His work has appeared in numerous anthologies including The Eleventh Pan Book of Horror Stories and The Century s Best Horror Fiction, and also in magazines such as World of Horror, Fear, Whispers, Fantasy Tales, Dark Discoveries and Lovecraft eZine His short fiction is collected in His Own Mad Demons Dark Tales from David A Riley and The Lurkers in the Abyss Other Tales of Terror A founding member of the British Fantasy Society, he and his wife now run a bookshop in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire.

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    About “David A. Riley

    • David A. Riley

      David A Riley writes horror, fantasy and SF stories In 1995, along with his wife, Linden, he edited and published a fantasy SF magazine, Beyond His first professionally published story was in the 11th Pan Book of Horror in 1970 This was reprinted in 2012 in The Century s Best Horror Fiction edited by John Pelan for Cemetery Dance He has had numerous stories published by Doubleday, DAW, Corgi, Sphere, Roc, Playboy Paperbacks, Robinsons, etc and in magazines such as Aboriginal Science Fiction, Dark Discoveries, Fear, Fantasy Tales His first collection of stories 4 long stories and a novelette was published by Hazardous Press in 2012, His Own Mad Demons A Lovecraftian novel, The Return, was published by Blood Bound Books in the States in 2013 A second collection of his stories, all of which were professionally published prior to 2000, The Lurkers in the Abyss Other Tales of Terror, was launched at the World Fantasy Convention in 2013 His fantasy novel, Goblin Mire, was published by Parallel Universe Publications in 2015 Their Cramped Dark World is his third collection of short stories With his wife, Linden, he runs a small press called Parallel Universe Publications, which has so far published ten books His stories have been translated into Italian, German, Spanish and Russian.

    685 thoughts on “The Return

    • A gritty noir novel that combines the best elements of crime fiction with genuinely frightening Lovecraftian horror.


    • Mr. Fosset, making a brief appearance in this work by David A. Riley says "Dark, bleak, nihilistic stuff. Not the kind of thing to take to bed for a good night's sleep." Admirably summarizing this new work by a veteran author who many horror aficionados will have encountered in the legendary Pan Horror series and subsequent `best of' collections. There is a reason why I mention' best of'. Riley has produced some fine short stories and I was curious as to how his undoubted skill as a short story [...]


    • Folks, if you are only going to buy one book right now then this is it!You don't even have to be a "Mythos" fan to receive maximum enjoyment!David A. Riley's "The Return" is an amazing read. Do you like gritty noir? Brit Horror? Masculine (but not macho) protagonists? Eldritch Horror in bleak industrial slums? "The Long Good Friday" meets "the Mythos"? The writing is dense and sleek. Never boring enthralling page turners. Do you like to read just a few more pages even though you need to sleep? T [...]



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