Summer sun, sea, and HORROR. Get ‘Conjure’

Published today. Mark West’s gripping tale of seaside terror: CONJURE.

“A powerful and convincing piece of horror fiction.” — Gary McMahon, author of the Concrete Grove trilogy.

Paperback pp188 RRP£6.50 | RRP $9.95

Kindle  |  RRP $2.99/ £1.99

ePuB Smashwords and coming soon to other retailers…

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Newly pregnant, stuck in a job she doesn’t like and mourning the death of her cousin, Beth Hammond’s life isn’t working out the way she thought it would. So when her boyfriend wins a weekend away at the seaside resort of Heyton, Beth thinks this could be just what they need — to get away, relax, and make plans for the future.

But as they begin their weekend, a JCB driver accidentally damages a centuries-old memorial at the beach. He hopes no one will notice, but something has… a presence that was buried beneath the memorial, sealed in a stone tomb. Now that presence wants its revenge on the people of Heyton.

“Mark West is a talent to watch.” — Peter Tennant, Black Static

“Mark West’s writing has a heart and soul that many writers would kill for.” — Jim McLeod, Ginger Nuts of Horror

“Mark West’s stories have a well-crafted, slowly increasing tension and dread, sometimes with a hint of creepy paranoia.” — Gene O’Neill, Bram Stoker Award winning author of The Burden of Indigo

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About Tim C. Taylor

Science fiction publisher and author of the bestselling Human Legion series. I live with my wife and young family in an English village. I am currently writing full time, when I'm not roped into building Lego.
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One Response to Summer sun, sea, and HORROR. Get ‘Conjure’

  1. markewest says:

    Cheers Tim, proud to have the book associated with Greyhart Press!

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