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fiction at its finest...

Murder, mystery and intrigue make way for extraordinary supernatural events...

"Engrossing and
very well written."

Mark Mayes

"The plot is intriguing,
the telling evocative,
the imagery stunning. "

Jackie Law

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Theodore Stubb is within his attic, adding another

specimen to his extensive collection of insects...

As well as an entomologist, he is a master hypnotist. Eleanor – taken from the sanatorium two months before – is still haunted, believing that her stillborn child Alastair lives and hides in the shadows.

She becomes pregnant again by the hypnotic coersion and ravishment of her father-in-law Theodore. The murder, mystery and intrigue which follow leave dreadful secrets to be uncovered; and thirteen years later the boy Alastair begins to lose his identity…

A gothic terror heralds the climax of dream-like and hallucinatory events; secrets unfolding, both disturbing and astonishing.

A paranormal/ magical realism novella and short stories at their best

Audrey Ackerman is sent to investigate the constant barking of two dogs: what she discovers is the strangest series of events you will have ever read about... + 12 short stories

"A wonderful novella and short stories that will keep you flipping pages"

Heather Gilbert

"Unique storytelling and unusual plot lines"

Peter Draper

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Dogs are reported for their constant barking...

 … and so begins one of the strangest stories you will ever read.


Audrey Ackerman, sent to visit the dogs at a 17th century coach house, is unsettled by paranormal sightings.

Stella Bridgeport – manager at The Animal Welfare Union  – communicates with Audrey via emails. And those Stella receives are as startling as they are incredible: descriptions of extraordinary events concerning a science fiction writer’s

journal; giant swans; bizarre android receptionist; a ghost dog.

Insanity or fantasy? Fact or fiction? The only given is, it all starts and ends with two dogs at The One Dog Inn.


...and other stories: 12 short stories with aspects of the macabre, the surreal or the strangeness of magical realism to entertain and delight you.

"Griffin paints with words..."
Peter Draper, author

A fascinating time travel adventure that will grip you from beginning to end...

Terry Bridge, a reporter for The Charington Echo, takes up the challenge to save Abbie Concordia...from the past in Victorian England.

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"Great premise, scintillating pace, and
a most intriguing plot" 

"Utterly absorbing"

"Enjoyable read"

A gripping sci-fi time travel adventure story that will captivate you from beginning to end. 

Help me, I'm trapped" is the plea from a young woman named Abbie Concordia, written as a mysterious note found inside a Victorian book called Caving in Faringham.

Terry Bridge, a reporter for The Charington Echo, takes up the challenge to save her ... from the past, from an asylum in Victorian England.


A surreal and experimental literary novel portraying
a young man's disturbed mind...

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Donald Clement's protected memories are slowly revealed again to expose the shocking truth he has been hiding, even from himself…

"An extraordinary read"

Mark Mayes, author 

"A Masterpiece of Literary Surrealism"

"Such an extraordinary and different read"

“This is what I like about mindrooms…I can tailor a new room as required, tune it to perfection.” 

While narrating to Dr Leibkov, a remembered psychiatrist, Donald Clement's inner reality becomes infused with surreal fantasy – he watches Neptune rising from the sea; meets a giant who displays the wonders of the universe; engages with an incredible stranger who promises the secrets of infinity. And through it all, the beautiful Bernadette, his muse, his inspiration. But is she real, or just the dream within his dreams?

As Donald falls deeper into the mental realm, so his carefully submerged memories are gradually revealed again, exposing the shocking truths he has been hiding...even from himself.

Infinite Rooms is a unique novel of thrilling psychological twists and fantastical visions, as one man wrestles with the thin line between fantasy and reality.

A fantastical
journey into the dreaming mind

A seductive, surreal and imaginative tale of fantasy and love that will captivate you from beginning to end.

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"Another solid story from a gifted writer"

"The descriptions are powerful and vivid, and in some ways Stave's nightmarish journey reminded me of a computer game, with he as the hero passing through various 'levels' of skill and understanding”

Stave Swirler awakens and finds he’s a passenger on a bus travelling through a tunnel. He doesn’t know where he has been or where he is going. After the tunnel inexplicably revolves, Stave discusses the strange occurrence with two other passengers and they agree that reality has taken a bizarre and surreal turn.

An ice cream van drives alongside the bus, matching its speed. And when the side shutter is raised, there is a man inside wearing a featureless, full-length mask and hands like crab claws: an agent of Tremelon Zandar.

Can Stave safely leave the bus and tunnel to escape the agent’s evil plans? Will he discover who he really is, and the reasons for reality becoming corrupted?

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