An isolated Welsh island seemed like the perfect escape for a convict on the run, a jilted woman, and a policeman seeking a quiet life. When the surly locals turn to murderous violence the three... More > visitors are forced on the run together, trying to stay one step ahead of their increasingly insane pursuers.
The bad news keeps coming. There are too many to fight. There is no escape from the island. And the worst storm in years has just begun. They can only run and hide as they face a night of horror and madness. If they don't work together then none of them will live to see the light of day.
This tense survival horror novel is a homage to decades of nasty villains, scary predicaments, and bloody books and films.
"It is, in my opinion, way beyond good. Right from the first few pages it is foot to the floor stuff with pretty much no let up till you reach the end. This is proper horror writing, the stuff that makes you wince when you see what’s coming."
- The Terror Tree< Less
"My job is to draw what I see, not what I know." - J. M. W. Turner
Joseph Mallord William Turner was English artist, one of the greatest and most imaginative painters who put on a pedestal... More > landscape painting. Although renowned for his oils, he is as well one of the coryphées of British watercolor landscape painting.
Having been skilled academically, Turner seemed to spend the rest of his life developing an ever more loose style. He uncompromisingly studied nature and light. He had a extraordinary production of drawings and paintings; upon his death, he left nearly 30,000 pieces of his art work.
He is usually known as "the painter of light" and his work is considered as a Romantic prelude to Impressionism.< Less