A Provocative Story of the Paranormal

Harley House
By Fred Maddox
Assume Nothing!
Peter Grice was your average kind of guy, an ordinary man, down-to-earth, simple and certainly not superstitious. He was a sceptic and dismissed stories of ghosts, ghouls and little men from Mars as nonsense–a figment of the imagination. He disregarded stories of the supernatural, and scoffed at people who related such tales. This was until he moved to a new town and met Greg and his three friends in Harley House.
The sequence of events which followed his encounter with them would shake his view of the world to the core and when he meets the ‘operator’ – his perception of the life is dramatically altered forever....Find out more
The Author
Fred was born in Stoke-on-Trent in 1941. Even as a young child he was writing little stories. Leaving school at the age of 15, he went on to spend his working life in the motor trade, starting off as an apprentice motor engineer, achieving a City and Guilds certificate in engineering before working his way up to the post of Regional Manager for a national motor component distributor.
Fred’s writing took a back seat when married at the age of 21, but still managed to write a number of short stories. He has two favourite authors, Charles Dickens and Stephen King.
In 2003 Fred suffered a heart attack and took early retirement to Cyprus where he decided to take up his writing seriously. To date has published three novels - Deadlier Than The Male, A Genuine Fake and Joss.

“Suspenseful, spine-tingling paranormal thriller
Genre: Fiction: Fiction: Fantasy
Paperback ISBN: 9781782283133
Publication Date: 26 September 2013
Edition/Format: 1st/Paperback and eBook
Book Size: 210 x 148 mm, 162pp

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