The Quarantined City 3: Spot the Difference

Cover: Detail from Europe after the Rain, 1940–42 by Max Ernst (German, 1891–1976) Oil on canvas, 21-9/16 x 58-3/16 in. The Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection Fund, 1942.281 Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT

Cover: Detail from Europe after the Rain, 1940–42 by Max Ernst (German, 1891–1976)
Oil on canvas, 21-9/16 x 58-3/16 in.
The Ella Gallup Sumner and Mary Catlin Sumner Collection Fund, 1942.281
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Hartford, CT

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:

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New review and news – 17:06:2013

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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.”

NEWS

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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:

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More soon!

Fire up your Kindles!

A very short post this morning, to make it even easier and more convenient for you to access both our current titles available on Kindle:

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WHITSTABLE by Stephen Volk

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THE NINE DEATHS OF DR. VALENTINE by John Llewellyn Probert

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The Nine Deaths of Dr. Valentine: the Kindle edition

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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!

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The Respectable Face of Tyranny will also be available as on Kindle early next week!

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News 31:05:2013 – Whitstable available on Kindle!

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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:

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Onwards and upwards!