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The Fall of the House of Usher

Sixty-three years after Corman’s ground-breaking movie reinvented Poe and the American Gothic, Mike Flanagan has done it again with his remarkable reimagining of The Fall of the House of Usher. And the critical and commercial response has been much the same as it was in 1960. The Fall of the House of Usher has gone viral.

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Shark Alley

A Victorian online serial: 'Adrift in the Atlantic with a corrupt Tory M.P. Surrounded by sharks. Low on booze. Who says history is boring?'

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The Author Who Outsold Dickens

My latest book, published by Pen & Sword: 'Ainsworth’s story is also the story of the development of the English novel, perhaps just as much as that story belongs to Dickens. But it is a story rarely told; at least until now...'

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