Richard Tyndall is an English consultant geologist and part time archaeologist who has spent the last 30 years working on oil rigs around the world and archaeological sites around Britain. When allowed home, he lives with his family - Liz, Alexandra and Phillip – in an ancient village on the Lincolnshire Edge, not too far from the quiet, historic market town of Newark in Nottinghamshire. It is this town, the surrounding villages, and their occupants, which form the inspiration for the fictional and timeless town of Aldwark around which most of Richard’s supernatural stories are set.
Six short tales, each with a horror twist. Set in the Nottinghamshire countryside they move from the familiar to the unsettling in a creepy way, which is the hallmark of an exciting writer. Thoroughly enjoyed these stories, and look forward to more, hopefully soon!
~ Dr Laurence Baldwin
Newark Literary Festival
The author will be attending this festival and signing copies of books. Please pop by and say hello if you are in the area!