The third in James Everington’s Spectral, The Quarantined City: Spot the Difference serial is now available to purchase at the measly price of £1.99. AND, as a bonus, if you’ve missed the first two episodes, they’ve been reduced in price to £0.99 to enable to you catch up with the plight of Fellows and his obsession with finding the elusive and mysterious author Boursier. Links below:
Mondays appear to come around far too quickly these days. Never mind, however, as we have a few words here about Stephen Volk’s Whitstable novella from the well-known and much respected critic Kim Newman, writing in the British Film Institute’s Sight & Sound magazine (July 2013 issue). Here’s the pull quote from the review:
“Though a speculative portrait, Volk’s Cushing is convincing… [I]t takes a fiction writer […] to get closest to who (Cushing) was and what he meant.”
Fans of Gary Fry’s work will be pleased to know that we have now made his Spectral Visions novella The Respectable Face of Tyranny available for Kindle for small money – just click on the appropriate link and it’s yours within minutes:
Someone is killing doctors in the style of the murders in Vincent Price movies, leaving the Bristol police baffled. The only man who could possibly be responsible died years ago…
… or did he?
Yes, that’s right, the (mis)adventures of everybody’s favourite monstrous villain Dr. Valentine is now available as an eBook from Amazon – just click on the appropriate link below and it’ll be yours in no time!
The Respectable Face of Tyranny will also be available as on Kindle early next week!
Yes, Spectral Press has at last dragged itself into the 21st century by making Stephen Volk’s critically acclaimed novella Whitstable available to Kindle owners – so, if you own one why not download the novella today, from one of these links:
Onwards and upwards!