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About Paul Jameson
For the dark and quirky, the strange that makes you think.
Brought up on Dahl, Du Maurier, Tolkien and Poe, Paul is a cross-genre author, predominantly within the fantasy and crime genres, whose work carries a strong folk-horror motif. There are overtures to nature, folklore, paganism and fairy tales in stories that explore the liminal edges of a Wilde Wood or the urban cityscapes where monsters still lurk.
Nothing is ever as it seems.
Nightjar, though, is not all he seems. Of the trees and driven by a quest for love eternal, he has his own reasons for befriending the boys. As a fractious Search Party of strangely drawn characters hurry to rescue them, the boys are unwittingly drawn in by an ancient danger that is and was and always will be.
The world is older and more dangerous than we think.
Strawberry ice cream and a glass eye, the smog of London and murderous intent. In this life, there are some monsters that hide out in the open.
Set in London and the beauty of the Cornish countryside, '76 and the Odd 93' is a dark, contemporary novel set in England. At its heart it is crime-noir in genre, but it also includes elements of romance, dark humour and religious fantasy in an exploration of how being the victim of physical, emotional and mental abuse as a child might transpose into the actions of an adult.
Is anywhere safe?
A strange, wee tale by UK based author Paul Jameson. Inspired by real places and echoes of the past, the present and the future.
Whether humorous, strange or uplifting, there is an undercurrent of darkness that always makes you think...