BOOKCASE – Timeslip by Phil Rowlands

Crime Cymru

In this series, we invite our Crime Cymru authors to showcase an excerpt from one of their books. This week, Phil Rowlands reveals the chilling experience that sowed the seed of his new book, TimeSlip.

Years ago, living in Fridaythorpe, East Yorkshire, in the heart of the Wolds, I was entranced by the wonderful glacial valley that we could access from the lane where we lived. Its weather was mercurial, its sky tumultuous and the sense of the distant past lingered like a mist that often enveloped you as you walked through the deep cut between the chalk hills. It was a place for thought and balance and a realisation of the timelessness of nature and its effect on us and on those who were here before. There was also the rugged and rough coast and we often used to visit Bridlington, not so much in the summer but…

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