The Legendary Haunting
of Quentin Wallis
It has been in the nature of fairy tales that they begin with ‘Once Upon a Time’ and end with a ‘Happily Ever After’. However this is not a fairy tale. It is a somewhat true story...
Quentin Wallis was not dead but neither was he entirely alive. He was something very much ‘in-between’. In short, Quentin Wallis was cursed.
For a century he had been fated to live only on Halloween, seeking out his true love so that he might break the curse which had been laid upon him. The tricky situation was no treat when faced with bad men, murderous ghosts and an inconsiderate army of assassins determined to kill him. With only an honest heart, a haunted house and lashings of candy to assist him Quentin must resolve the small matter of an almost kiss, and a girl with wild grey eyes. And as night falls, and the bonfires burn, so starts the greatest of all adventures.
NOVELLAS & SHORT FICTION
“It is in the nature of all revolutions that they start quietly and in the dark; they blossom only with soft whispers and secrets.”
It is also in the nature of revolutions that they are imperfect...
Thatcher Vyne is the perfect man in the perfect world; a god amongst men. Yet nothing and no one is what they appear to be. Living within the single city on earth where the last of the genetically homogenised human race thrive, his obedience to the rules of his government hides the rebellion that could cost him everything.
As he seeks freedom from the manipulations of corrupt officials Thatcher finds more than he’s looking for: a woman whose existence should never have happened and a secret that could tear their world apart. Uncertain who he can trust Thatcher works to save her as she become his obsession, his purpose, his destruction and his salvation.