“The Beachcomber” (Horror d’oeuvre #3)

(The estimated reading time for this is 5 minutes)All that came back from the cold sea was Little Rosie-Cheeks.  Washed ashore one late afternoon as rain whipped down from a slate-grey sky and a rough wind snapped across the beach.  Face down in a rock pool, stranded in shallow water and silt.  Red cheeks washed pale, […]
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L.R. Bonehill is a writer from the dark heart of England. His short fiction has been published by DarkFuse, W.W. Norton, Strange Publications, This is Horror and various other haunts. His stories have been produced in audio by Cast Macabre, Tales to Terrify, and Pseudopod. Vent, a tale of woe from Horror without Victims, received an honorable mention in Ellen Datlow's The Best Horror of the Year Volume 6.