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' ...My ghost was a remnant of the girl I knew, a dark winter thing from a folk tale, a bit of sharpened will powered by hatred... Noble's eyes glittered with vapid life as he took us in- Think on this, Doctor Jardine, because this is the essence of all good ghost stories. Soon I will die, and after it has happened I will do everything, everything in my power to come back. For you... ' When dying academic Morris Noble tells one last ghost story at a gathering in his Oxford college it is received politely as entertainment, an anachronism in an age of smart phones and instant worldwide communication. But as the days grow shorter between Halloween and Christmas, and winter closes in on Oxford, two of his audience discover that his story was a confession, and for them at least, his words have an appalling relevance. Three Winter Ghosts is the perfect supernatural tale for a winter's evening - long eugh to involve (and unsettle), but short eugh to read in one or two sittings. Curl up by the fire, and enjoy.
Gary Sargent was born in Essex and educated at the universities of Wales and Oxford. He lives with his wife and daughter just outside the city of Oxford, UK. Though he has lived there for over twenty years, he does not think that he has met a ghost in the aging city, but sometimes it's difficult to tell. He is also the author of The Ofsted Murders, and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.