A fracking project, an expanding pheasant shoot, a ruthless landowner and the perennial risk of destructive flooding: Alison Layland’s second novel for Honno Welsh Women’s Press ticks several of the boxes that fit it nicely into the eco-thriller genre. Her prose ripples with climate-crisis imagery, as an otherwise idyllic location – the Welsh/English borders, beside […]
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