Burial Rites book cover

Burial Rites

By Edward Hancox
A teenage Hannah Kent first visited Iceland on a Rotary Exchange. It must have had a profound effect on her, as some years later she has written this curious and enchanting book set in North Iceland in 1829.

The Haunting of Reykjavík

By Edward Hancox
Clearly an attempt at giving the old fashioned collection of ghost stories a new twist.

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