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The Black Lord by Colin Hinckley
The Black Lord by Colin Hinckley
The Black Lord by Colin Hinckley


The Black Lord by Colin Hinckley

Tenebrous Press

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New Weird Folk Horror intertwines with a troubled family history in the debut novella from Colin Hinckley!

Eddie’s parents may be arguing about the disappearance of his infant brother Danny, but Eddie’s facing a terror all of his own. There’s a strange figure outside that claims it has Danny safe and sound—all Eddie needs to do to get his brother back is open that window. 

Eddie’s father is filled with guilt over his relationship with his own lost brother. His mother has been abandoned to navigate her grief and terror alone. And his grandmother carries a disturbing, all-too-relevant truth about their shared family history. 

As minutes tick by and hope for Danny grows ever smaller, the very fabric of their world disintegrates, welcoming eldritch terrors of unspeakable provenance to their doorstep. The family is losing a decades-long struggle against an entity that is not of this world, and its hunger threatens to swallow them whole.

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    Paul G.
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    All Hail The Lord!

    THE BLACK LORD is a wonderful novella that hits the nail on the head with a terrific folk horror yarn which Colin Hinckley spins expertly. It is a story of loss, grief, family dysfunction along with a terrifying creature lurking in the woods and a recently discovered brook with a menacing effect on anyone who ventures towards it. This book needs to be read by anyone and everyone who enjoys weird but coherent folk horror and the mysteries of the deep and darkened woods (his short story A MOUTH FILLED WITH THE TEETH OF TREES, which was contained in my edition, is damn fine too).