Richard Wright

author of strange, dark fictions

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We all have them, and make them every day; sometimes, we make the wrong choice. Choices is a major new anthology of six novelettes – sixty thousand chilling and atmospheric words, from six of the very best writers in the UK today: Stephen Volk, Eric Brown, Paul Finch, Gary Fry, Andrew Humphrey and Richard Wright.

Review: “For the readers who are not familiar with the emerging British writers of dark fiction, here’s an excellent opportunity to become acquainted with some of the finest new authors from the UK… Anybody who’s after good dark fiction shouldn’t miss this book for any reason.” – Mario Guslandi, Trashotron.

Review: “There’s little doubt in my mind that Pendragon Press is going from strength to strength in its publications… a superb collection… I have no problems whatsoever recommending it to you.” – Steven Pirie, Whispers of Wickedness

Review: “Overall, this is an anthology of well-written novelettes but with three that stand out. ‘Kid’, ‘Memory Of Joy’ and ‘Radio Trauma’ are certainly worth buying this volume for.” – Pauline Morgan, SF Crowsnest

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