My introduction to the work of Barbara Comyns was her The Vet's Daughter, which I absolutely loved. Like that book, Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead is disorienting, dark, and filled with small moments of rather wry, black humor that caused instant guilt feelings whenever a laugh escaped. It is also an excellent read, one I went through twice and which I loved even more the second time.
Dorothy Project, 2015
originally published 1954
Published in 1954, The story is set "Summer about seventy years ago," in Warwickshire, and its title reflects the passing of time and a look back, as captured in Longfellow's "The Fire of Drift-wood"