When medium Beth Willis is given a message from ghost, she steps beyond her world and into the spirit realm. D.I. Coleridge is a man marking time, until a call from Beth gives him a lead on an elusive killer who takes trophies from his victims. He is a killer who walks through both worlds, taking lives, with powers no mortal can possess. A man, but something else, too. If Coleridge and Beth are to survive, they must understand him...but some men cannot be fought and some creatures cannot be bested.
Death calls on us all in time. Will it call them home, too?
A supernatural thriller from the author of Left to Darkness, Rain, and A Stranger's Grave.
'The author blazed a new and unfamiliar trail, full of creepiness and action that I quite enjoyed. I recommend this book to anyone looking for a new twist in supernatural horror.' - Kenneth W. Cain, author of These Old Tales and United States of Dead.
'Saunders delivers an evil creature so vile it'll make your skin crawl and stomach churn. Each chapter brings the reader further into darkness and with each turn of the page the book get sicker and crazier. Highly recommended for horror and dark mystery fans.' - David Bernstein, author of Goblins and Surrogate.
|Publisher:||Dark Fable Books|
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About the Author
Craig Saunders is the author of forty (or so) novels and novellas, including 'ALT-Reich', 'Vigil' and 'Hangman', and has written over a hundred short stories, available in anthologies and magazines, 'best of' collections and audio formats. He tends to write science fiction as Craig Robert Saunders, fantasy as Craig R. Saunders, and most fiction as Craig Saunders...although sometimes the lines are blurred.
Imprints: Dark Fable Books/Fable Books.
Likes: Nice people, games, books, and doggos.
Dislikes: Weird smells, surprises, and gang fights in Chinatown alleyways.
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Praise for Craig Saunders:
[Masters of Blood and Bone] '...combines the quirkiness of Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas series with the hardcore mythology of Clive Barker to create an adventure that is both entertaining and terrifying.' - examiner.com
[Vigil] 'A gripping accomplishment.' - Murder, Mayhem and More.
'Saunders is fast becoming a must read author...' - Scream.
[Bloodeye] '...razor-sharp prose.' Wayne Simmons, author of Flu and Plastic Jesus.
'Plain and simple, this guy can write.' - Edward Lorn, author of Bay's End.
[Deadlift] 'Noir-like, graphic novel-like horror/thriller/awesomeness.' - David Bernstein, author of Relic of Death and Witch Island.
'A master of the genre.' Iain Rob Wright.
[Spiggot] 'Incredibly tasteless, shamelessly lowbrow, and very, very funny.' - Jeff Strand.
[A Home by the Sea] 'Brutal and poetic...' - Bill Hussey, author of Through a Glass, Darkly.
[Rain] '...the best book I've read in a year.' - The Horror Zine.
[Cold Fire] '...full of emotion and heart.' - Ginger Nuts of Horror.