The North Coast is experiencing its worst winter for thirty years. In the middle of a raging snowstorm, a solitary figure appears at a farmhouse in a remote part of Aghadowey. The elderly couple that live there let him in, but the man is freezing, incoherent... and bleeding. As they race against time trying to get his wounds treated before he dies, they learn of the events that led him to their door, and what is chasing him. Tonight, they will come face to face with something they couldn't imagine in their darkest dreams.
Philip Henry was born in 1974. He first started writing sketches while studying Performing Arts. After that he moved on to short stories and a couple of failed attempts at movie scripts. During long shifts at one of the more boring jobs he had, he began making notes for a novel, which he then wrote on his days off. That novel, Vampire Dawn, was released in 2004 and proved so popular it was extended into a trilogy with Vampire Twilight in 2007 and Vampire Equinox in 2009.
Mind's Eye, a novel about the monsters of high school, was released in 2006 to great critical acclaim, as was Freak, the story of a boy like no other, released in 2008, and Bleeding in 2010.
My Ivory Summer, Philip's first novel without a supernatural element, was short-listed for the Self-Published Book of the Year 2012.
Philip continues to write novels, screenplays and short stories, all based around his home on the North Coast of Ireland.
Visit him online at www.philiphenry.com