The Saddling Paperback – 3 May 2017
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About the Author
James Collins is an award-winning author and awards nominated screenplay writer. He writes thrillers, comedy and horror novels, plus books about living in Greece, screenplays and travel blogs. His writing awards include an Arts Council of Great Britain award for creativity, the EGPA award for best gay fiction. His screenplay for 'The 13th' was selected in the Best Screenplay category at the London Greek Film Festival, 2017. His best-selling horror, 'The Judas Inheritance', is the novel version of 'The 13th'. James writes thrillers, comedy novels, gay fiction and horror. He has also written screenplays, stage musicals and comedy cabaret revues, which have earned him other awards. He writes a daily blog about life in Greece, symidream.com, and keeps an author's blog, Writing Thoughts. He also writes for travel blog sites. Originally from Romney Marsh in Kent, UK, he now lives in Greece with his husband and a deaf cat.
Top customer reviews
After the brilliantly funny Remotely, James returns to the dark side of his wonderful imagination, previously shared in The Judas Inheritance & Lonely House, and this time takes the reader to a time and place that clearly he has a great personal affinity with. His superbly descriptive prose and local dialect transports us to the Romney Marshes and a community untouched by the modern world but plagued with its historic pagan ways. Along the way we meet good folk, bad folk & a "falser" villian that chills the blood. Underlying the mysteries thrown up by a genealogical search there is the gentle flowering of feelings within the hero that is treated with superb sensitivity.
This is James' best novel yet and his maturing style is deserving of a wide readership.
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Another excellent book from such a talented author, having read all of his books in my opinion this is his best...Read more
Hoped it would last me a few days on holiday but I couldn't put it down.