Spectral Press. As ever, it boasts a cover from Neil Williams, who continues to do truly stellar work on this project.
Author and journalist Russell
Ware was the man who’d coined
the term ‘The Bala Triangle’, chronicling the phenomena that surrounded
the North Welsh mountain Mynydd Du with ever-increasing obsession.
On the 2nd January, 1981, his career and marriage in ruins, he set off for Bala for the last time.
The following morning, Ware’s body was found in Llyn Daioni, the lake at
the heart of so many of Mynydd Du’s mysteries. An accident, or suicide;
either way, his torment, and that of his loved ones, was at an end.
in the shadow of Black Mountain, nothing is as it seems. Rob Markland,
following in Ware’s footsteps, finds one man willing to break a silence
of thirty years, and tell the true story of the last of Russell Ware.
'The light came from a fire. A big, bright bonfire in the middle of a clearing where there shouldn’t have been any clearing, flames shooting ten, twenty feet up into the air. And standing all around the fire were a bunch of people in pale-coloured robes. They were all hooded, so I couldn’t have told you what sort of faces they had. To be honest, I’m far from sorry about that.'
UPDATE: The Last of Russell Ware is now available to download here and here.