This book by Andrew Lamont is a collection of intriguing short stories. Each story is unique from the other which makes this collection quite an enjoyable read. In one story, you’ll be taken to a rural castle in the middle of Scotland where it’s believed an insane spirit lives. Another story will take you to North America where you’ll read the chilling tale of a woman covered in blood who commonly runs out the forest scaring those who dare to venture near it.
If you enjoy mysteries or thrillers, this is definitely one book you’ll want to check out. Lamont writes with an excellent style that will capture your imagination instantly. His dark tales will also leave you on the edge of your seat while you quickly flip through the pages to find out what happens next. At 209 pages, it’s a reasonable length, so you can easily enjoy quite a few stories without feeling overwhelmed.
"Unity and understanding will cure this world." Miscellany comprises several short stories ranging in genre from ghost and paranormal, to fantasy, to crime and thriller. This collection takes you North America, to Scotland, to places out of this world. Originally titled 'Void', these stories explore loss in its various forms and the darkness of the human heart, as well as investigating revenge and how it affects people's lives. A rural castle in Scotland haunted by a homicidal, rage-crazed demon, a small town in North America that has its tranquillity shattered by a blood-soaked woman running out of a forest, a seemingly idyllic town in England tainted by murder. Miscellany is not a collection to miss.