Thou Shalt Not Suffer A Witch [Afternoon Reading]
Readings from the classic 1949 collection of supernatural short stories by Scottish author Dorothy K Haynes.
|01||Gas||20041213||20061015||"Katherine felt tired and cold.|
It was only nine o'clock.
The dentist entered silently..." Read by Tamara Kennedy
|02||The Gay Goshawk||20041214||20061022||On reaching the safety of his castle, a knight finds the occupants are not human.|
Read by Finlay Welsh.
A wounded knight struggles to reach the safety of his home.
But the castle only has two remaining occupants, and neither is human.
|03||Pentecost, A Flashback||20041215||20061029||A prayer meeting in wartime Glasgow is rudely interrupted, and the life of the hall caretaker is changed forever.|
Read by Tamara Kennedy.
|04||The Memory||20041216||20061105||"My father said to me, 'Bessie, there's a man being hanged in the street...'." Read by Tamara Kennedy.|
|05 LAST||Windfall||20041217||20061112||A young woman opens the door of her house to a curious and persistent visitor.|
Read by Mark McDonnell.