Nothing was going to ruin Castle’s holiday, except the mocking laughter of the dead…
Larry Castle was anticipating a lovely few days at the seaside. Basking in the sunshine, canoodling with his mistress and playing the big man visiting town. However, a chance encounter leaves his confidence reeling.
There’s a possibility that someone knows his darkest secret. The thing that made him, but which could equally break him. No matter what, Castle is going to have to deal with this problem. Otherwise it could cost him everything.
This weekend Castle is going to confront the spectres of his past, but some spectres are more real than others…
Death at the Seaside – a gripping new supernatural thriller, with an unforgettable antihero. A book you won’t be able to put down!
The first of the F.R. Jameson’s Ghostly Shadows series.
Praise for Death at the Seaside:
“Do yourself a favour and read this book, you won’t be disappointed.”
“The way Jameson writes is nothing short of amazing. I could easily read anything written by him.”
“This one’s kind of creepy. It was advertised as horror/suspense, and it certainly qualifies as a psychological thriller that might play well in a venue similar to The Twilight Zone.”
“This was a great, fun read that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys character studies with a pinch of the supernatural.”
“A sinister story of the shocking consequences when a man’s destructive past and tormented mind, finally shatter.”
“This story is well-written and is part of a series. This short novella is a four-plus Amazon star read. I plan to read all the stories in the series.”
“Superb characterisation lies at the heart of F R Jameson’s excellent novella”
“I can’t put my finger on exactly why, but this book very much reminded me of Albert Camus’ The Stranger. It has something to do with the starkness of the narrative and the way the main character is withdrawn from true emotion until nearly the very end of the story.”
“The characters came to life through the thoughtful writing. Twists and turns that kept me interested and fully engaged in the story.”
“The characterization and the detailed picturesque of the world is perfect.”