Short Fiction from Gareth Hill

They’d left England at the start of July, new lovers on a whim of post-graduate liberation.

Ten weeks ago, 29 states ago. It felt longer but not long enough.

“Dialogue moves this story, and there is enough mystery to keep you hooked.”


“I loved this. It is haunting and evocative, tense because of the inevitability of what is coming, but never resorting to ‘shock horror.’ This is excellent, an author that can really write.”


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