Seb Logan is being watched. He just doesn’t know by whom.

When the sudden appearance of a dark figure shatters his idyllic coastal life, he soon realizes that the murky past he thought he’d left behind has far from forgotten him. What’s more unsettling is the strange atmosphere that engulfs him at every sighting, plunging his mind into a terrifying paranoia.

To be a victim without knowing the tormentor. To be despised without knowing the offence caused. To be seen by what nobody else can see. These are the thoughts which plague his every waking moment.

Imprisoned by despair, Seb fears his stalker is not working alone, but rather is involved in a wider conspiracy that threatens everything he has worked for. For there are doors in this world that open into unknown places. Places used by the worst kind of people to achieve their own ends. And once his investigation leads him to stray across the line and into mortal danger, he risks becoming another fatality in a long line of victims . . .

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An Entrée to Under A Watchful Eye

This story features a change in tone from my last two novels and the story and themes are more closely tied to my earlier psychological horror and psychic terror directions. It really did feel about time for something in that vein. Despite all of the ghastly “things” that skitter about in the new book, imagining this story was like a mind’s eye-balm after conceiving the gruelling domestic horrors of NO ONE GETS OUT ALIVE and the climate catastrophe and child loss in LOST GIRL … and for such a long time. They pressed me flat.

original, surprising, and (at times) eyes-to-the-wall terrifying

SciFiNow (issue 127)

a tasty and fiendishly well plotted supernatural thriller

Gingernuts of Horror

Strange is a perfect descriptor . . . this book offers great quality horror writing for those who particularly enjoy suspense and, in this case, an unusual approach to astral projection.