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'... a writer capable of spinning tales of vibrant imagination and who is unafraid to peer into stranger places' - Wyrd Britain 

'One of our best writers of the uncanny and the strange' - author Alan Bilton

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Books by Matthew G. Rees

BOOK OF THE MONTH AmeriCymru

'We have no hesitation in recommending this collection to anyone with a taste for the macabre and bizarre or indeed anyone who appreciates exquisite story telling.'

November 2020

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'Masterly storytelling' Jon Gower

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& Amazon shipping territories worldwide

FOURTEEN FICTIONS WITH PHOTOGRAPHS BY THE AUTHOR

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KEYHOLE

THIS critically-acclaimed collection contains eighteen short stories with a supernatural twist set in Wales and its borderland with England.

The collection features photographs by Rees taken on his travels through Wales and the Marches.

Paperback, 269 pages, Three Impostors press. TO BUY: Available for worldwide delivery through the publishers threeimpostors.co.uk or via bookshops. ISBN 978-1-78461-704-2. 

'beautifully written, hauntingly atmospheric, full of palpable dread and weirdness, but also with poignancy and humour. . . a joy to discover' - author and BAFTA-winning screenwriter Stephen Volk

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More Books from Matthew G. Rees

TYPE

NOW AVAILABLE - In a special limited edition of 50 numbered copies, author-signed, with original art 

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An 11,000-word story from Matthew G. Rees. Entertainment with an edge, in the macabre-yet-mirthful style of his tales 'Frayed', 'Queen Bee', 'A Shining Beacon' & 'The Cheese', including illustrations specially drawn to go with the story.

In its own full-size and perfect-bound book.

The irreverent and darkly satirical tale of a devilish haunting.

'What finally did for my Uncle Desmond was the piece Claude Snipe wrote for Capital Letter...'

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'And that was the end of Desmond Delvington-Drake. Or so I believed...'

Spec: 5.5in x 8.5in paperback, 'perfect-bound', glossy cover, 47 pages, 100gsm paper, three original illustrations by artist Gill Figg. This Periodde Press edition being a run of 50 copies only, individually numbered and signed by Matthew G. Rees.

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Said Matthew G. Rees: 'I'm so thrilled we've finally been able to present TYPE in this way. This is definitely my preferred presentation of this tale. This one's my own edit, working with a family-run printer. You might say it's an example of how I like things to be done. This has very much been an indie effort. And I believe the quality is high. Part of the thinking has been to create a small collectable. My thanks to all who helped. I hope people like the tale and its treatment.'  

Price (including delivery) / Followed by How to Buy

UK:  £13.95 (delivery by Royal Mail first class post)

Special time-limited offer: Add £2 if you would also like to receive a signed copy of Matthew G. Rees's celebrated story 'The Tip' (i.e. £15.95 in total). Scroll down for more about 'The Tip'.

See below for simple method of how to make your purchase.

Europe including Russia: UK £15.50 (delivery by UK Royal Mail airmail international standard class)

Special time-limited offer: Add UK £2 if you would also like to receive a signed copy of Mathew G. Rees's celebrated story 'The Tip' (i.e. UK £17.50 in total). Scroll down for more about 'The Tip'.

See below for how to make your purchase.

USA, Canada, South America, Africa, China, Middle East, Far East, South East Asia: UK £17.45 (delivery by UK Royal Mail airmail international standard class)

Special time-limited offer: Add UK £2 if you would also like to receive a signed copy of Mathew G. Rees's celebrated story 'The Tip' (i.e. UK £19.45 in total). Scroll down for more about 'The Tip'.

See below for how to make your purchase.

Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Pacific countries: UK £18.35 (delivery by UK Royal Mail airmail international standard class)

Special time-limited offer: Add UK £2 if you would also like to receive a signed copy of Mathew G. Rees's celebrated story 'The Tip' (i.e. UK £20.35 in total). Scroll down for more about 'The Tip'.

See below for how to make your purchase.

HOW TO BUY - options

OPTION 1

Please send the appropriate sum VIA PAYPAL to this account -

matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com

Don't forget the 'dot' after the g

 

OPTION 2

If paying by Paypal is difficult for you, contact us by email at matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com (don't forget the dot after the 'g') we'll arrange to take a cheque or similar. 

BOTH OPTIONS - Make sure you give your delivery address when making the payment. To be extra sure we have it, you can send a separate brief email confirming it to matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com

NOTE - If seeking multiple copies, please specify numbers in an email to matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com to request postage cost.

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THE TIP

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IN The Tip a quarrel over a gratuity at a restaurant leads to a nightmarish chase across current-day Moscow on a bitter-cold evening that reaches a haunting climax in a cemetery filled with snow... and some of Russia's most famous names.

The story opens with the memorable line -

 

'The hatred the waitress had for me was as deep and succulent as the finest beefsteak...'  

 

This feted, surreal short story was specially selected for publication in a limited edition of 250 copies by The Short Story (TSS Publishing) and printed by Furnival Press of London (ISBN 978-0-9957849-2-5).

The tale runs to some 2,900 words over 14 pages in a paperback pocketbook measuring approximately 10.5 cm x 15 cm.

 

In a nod to the Russian story-teller Nikolai Gogol (writer of such tales as 'The Overcoat'), academic and author Alan Bilton called the story 'a short, Gogol-esque masterpiece'.

Note: This is the only publication of this story. It does not exist elsewhere in any collection or magazine.

NOW AVAILABLE - SIGNED COPIES

HOW TO BUY 'THE TIP'

 

Copies of 'The Tip' signed by Matthew G. Rees can be purchased and will be mailed according to the following postage-inclusive prices -

 

UK £6.50

Europe including Russia £9.95

USA £10.95 

Canada, South America, Africa, China, Middle East, Far East, South East Asia - £10.95 

Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Pacific countries £11.95

PAYMENT OPTIONS -

OPTION 1

Simply send the appropriate sum to the account that follows at Paypal and your signed copy of 'The Tip' will be sent out. This is the account to pay -

matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com

Don't forget the 'dot' after the g

OPTION 2

If paying by Paypal is awkward for you, simply send an email to matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com (don't forget the dot after the 'g') & we'll arrange to take a cheque or similar.

Make sure to give your delivery address when making the payment. To be extra sure we have it, you can send a brief email confirming it to matthewg.reeswriter@outlook.com

If you would like the copy to be signed 'to' someone please let us know at the same time. 

 

Thank you.

THE WORD

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IN The Word a visit to a remote farm in Wales leads to a macabre turn in the life of a London antiques dealer.

This story has been published by independent Wales-based press Three Impostors as part of its Wentwood Tales series of stories in the tradition of Welsh writer of the supernatural Arthur Machen. However, this is not 'period writing'. As with most work by Rees, it is contemporary fiction set in the present.

It appears in a limited edition of 200 numbered copies. Twenty-eight pages, buckram cover, with front and back flaps. It is available via threeimpostors.co.uk  Note: a version of 'The Word' appears in Keyhole.

'excellent' - award-winning writer Catherine Fisher, author of Incarceron 

'The sheer 'otherness'... is beautifully rendered' - writer Euron Griffith

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