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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, The House Beneath The Black Hill by Chris Green follows Nick Mortimer and his sister Kate when they inherit a house and a series of strange and unexplained events occur.
The House Beneath The Black Hill
The House Beneath The Black Hill is a novel that offers so much more than what is probably expected from the genre. Hard to second guess, this book will immediately appeals to fans of having a little bit of fear in their reading choices.
When composer Nick Mortimer and his sister Kate inherit a house in the secluded village of Clodock in the Golden Valley of Herefordshire, it is a dream come true. However, when they encounter a series of strange and terrifying occurrences, their dream quickly turns into a nightmare. In their quest for answers, they discover a tragic tale of betrayal in love set against the disturbing political and social divisions of the late 1920s.
After a lifetime supporting different artists, Chris Green has at last carved out opportunity to satisfy his own creative desires as an author.
Chris is well-versed in the difficulties that creative people face because he has served as Popular Events Director City of the London Festival, Director of The Poetry Society and Chief Executive of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers & Authors (now The Ivors Academy). He is also well-versed in politics. In the 1979, 1983, and 1987 Parliamentary elections, he ran for the Liberal Democrats in Hereford and South Herefordshire, and came very close to winning the seat in Hereford.
He is a patron and trustee of Hereford’s Courtyard Arts Centre and serves as chair of the Learning Skills Research Foundation and the Francis W. Reckitt Arts Trust. a Freeman of the City of London and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. For his contributions to the music industry, he received the BASCA Gold Badge of Merit in 2009.
He lives with his wife Sheila in the village of Garway on the Welsh border of Herefordshire. He is married and has two grown sons.
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