Combining the talents of Stephen Bacon, Mark West & Neil Williams, "ill at ease" showcases three tales of the macabre.
Childhood memories, a seemingly idyllic English town and a car seat found in a skip - all perfectly normal, on the surface at least. But underneath, darkness reaches out for the unwary.
`This slim collection has a kind of menace that is like oil on skin: difficult to remove and persistent. Ill at Ease is a treat, and I hope it finds many readers.'
Conrad Williams, British Fantasy Award winning author of "One" and "Loss Of Separation"
`The three chilling tales from "Ill at Ease" ably demonstrate that horror can be found in the most mundane places, and a sense of unease is always much closer than we think.'
Gary McMahon, author of "Pretty Little Dead Things" and "The Concrete Grove"