We are pleased to announce the publication of Peter Sutton's debut novel "Sick City Syndrome, puplished today 8th Oct 2016 by KGHH Publishing.
What if it was accepted that there really were ghosts? That mediums could actually talk to the dead. That your dearly departed continued to exist on a spiritual plane and that at certain places, or in certain people they could manifest?
Susan is living in a fog of grief after the death of her fiancé. When she is given a dossier that promises answers as to why he died she starts to investigate.
Susan is about to discover that the city is sick and things are much weirder than she ever imagined.
All she wanted to do was talk to him and ask him why.
Sick City Syndrome is Peter Sutton's debut novel. It is a tense, psychological, horror, that will make you look at your world in a different way.
Sometimes sickness is built in.
Described by first readers as ‘Deliciously Dark’ enter the world of writer Pete Sutton. Tales themed on the counting magpies song – “One for sorrow… ” A Tiding of Magpies is an enchanting short story collection which will give you a pleasurable shiver up the spine as you guess at which stories are inspired by which lines of the song.
Whether it is waking up to unmentionable sounds in Not Alone, or taking a trip to the land of stories in Five for Silver, the surprising use of a robot butler in I, Butler or the competition winners It Falls and An Unexpected Return, and many more, these thirty one tales, ranging from tiny flash fiction to long stories of several thousand words, always entertain, even when they disconcert.
These darkly fantastical tales have been published in anthologies and magazines or written especially and collected here for the first time by Kensington Gore Publishing.
Pete Sutton helps organise Bristol Festival of Literature where he is well-known as ‘the genre guy.’ He writes The Bristol Book Blog - http://brsbkblog.blogspot.co.uk/ as well as edits Far Horizons Magazine-