The Ladies of Holderness was likely out-of-print when I read it as a teenager. It wasn't as thrilling to read for the first time since then, but doing so reminded me of why I tracked down a copy more than 40 years after its publication. The plot is, nevertheless, entertaining like a classic horror movie from the '70s or '80s or a made-for-TV movie during the height of cable.
A review of The Ladies of Holderness (Dennis Fowler)
Originally published to my previous website around the date above.
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