Three friends return to the bleak English seaside town of Morecambe, where the ghosts of the past have caught up with them, and try to discover the source of the violence in their lives.
From the Author
News about HEAD INJURIES
I wrote this book in 1993, when I was 24. I was living in Morecambe at the time, staying at a B&B for 6 months while I studied for an MA at Lancaster University.
Since the book was published, Revolution Films (Jude, Welcome to Sarajevo, I Want You, Wonderland) optioned the novel and commissioned me to write the screenplay. It is now in development. We're hoping to be in production - if all goes well - by Autumn, 2000.
Some of the reviews of Head Injuries:
Incendiary stuff... marks Williams out as a writer of rare if warped imagination. Time Out
'Lean, compelling prose marks this out as a thriller of real distinction.' Crime Time
...beautiful prose in this brooding and mysterious tale... A first class novel. Interzone