Honed thrills from Thomas Rydder

Dark fantasy, ancient shapeshifters in the Pennsylvania woods, ghostly bikers and the perils of dark magic… These are some of the tales cooked up in the imagination of author Thomas Rydder. After a while away, I am proud and delighted to announce that Mr. Rydder is back with Greyhart Press.

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Lovers of novels by Dean Koontz, Stephen King or Michael Crichton are in for a treat because Thomas’s novel, The Clearing, has been honed into a second edition with a sharper focus and an intensified relationship between the main characters: former Marine officer turned sheriff, Frank Cutlip, and Professor Beth Lowe. Better still for those of you in the Amazon Kindle Unlimited program, you can borrow both The Clearing and Restless Souls: 3 dark fables for free. Both books are available now in paperback and Kindle editions.

Ah, yes, Restless Souls. It’s always unsatisfying to compare one author to another because, as with other writers, Thomas Rydder has his own style. Nonetheless, if The Clearing is akin to a solid Dean Koontz novel, Restless Souls: 3 Dark Fables is a collection of a short story, a novelette, and a novella that reminds me of Stephen King in a particularly dark mood.

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Further information on Thomas Rydder:

Amazon.com author page

amazon.co.uk author page

The Clearing Greyhart Press page

 

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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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5 Responses to Honed thrills from Thomas Rydder

  1. Looks right up my mother-in-laws ally, I’ll send her looking!! Hey, her brand new Kindle sits empty… we gotta fix that!!!

  2. Reblogged this on J.R. Handley Blog and commented:
    For those of you who enjoy reading the darker side… give him a go!

  3. Sounds scary. I love Stephen King, but I stopped reading his work because it scared the heck out of me!

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