Mark Morris became a full-time writer in 1988 on the Enterprise Allowance Scheme, and a year later saw the release of his first novel, Toady. He has since published a further thirteen novels, among which are Stitch, The Immaculate, The Secret of Anatomy, Mr Bad Face, Fiddleback and Nowhere Near An Angel. His short stories, novellas, articles and reviews have appeared in a wide variety of anthologies and magazines, and he is editor of the highly-acclaimed Cinema Macabre, a book of fifty horror movie essays by genre luminaries. Forthcoming work includes a Hellboy novel entitled The All-Seeing Eye and another book in the immensely popular Doctor Who range, published by BBC Books in the UK.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A very good book by Mark Morris I have most of his books now and this was the first of his I read,he is a good writer who gets better with every book he writes.......Published 10 months ago by Mrs W Waugh
I enjoy this sort of supernatural story but I found this one tediously long before it got going with so much information on the lead character and his history and relationships. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Will M
Once you start reading it,the ins and outs of the story keeps you wanting to know more. If you want to go to bed early do not read this book.Published 22 months ago by J. M. Walters
too much incidental information that had no relevance to the story. I read 50% of the book before a ghost put an appearance in. too much flashing back to the past.Published 22 months ago by patrick mccauley