An aspiring writer becomes a successful novelist. But at what price? When people start turning up dead, it’s hell to pay. More
PRAISE FOR GHOST WRITER
With enviable ease, Staci Layne Wilson manages the difficult trick of combining edgy eroticism, knowing humor, and unflinching horror into one delicious package. Like some bizarre menage a trois between Stephen King, Candace Bushnell, and Sarah Silverman, her fiction explores every aspect of the Forbidden.
(Peter Atkins, screenwriter of the Hellraiser and Wishmaster films, author of Morningstar)
Staci Layne Wilson is an expert at creating believable characters, a chilling scenario, and a roller-coaster-ride-of-a-story that doesn't put on the brakes until the very last page.
(James Newman, author of Holy Rollers and The Wicked)
Staci Layne Wilson knows how to write. Read Ghost Writer, and you’ll see what I mean. But it just doesn’t stop with good writing... there’s an underlying hipness to everything that’s going on, and while the suspense builds, you can’t help but notice the sexiness, the rock and roll, the creativity spurred on by the innate sensibilities she clearly possesses. Her characters breathe the same airs we do, their fears are as real as they get. Her phrases... they send shudders of guilty pleasure across the raised skin on your back as you absorb them one delightful word at a time. (Michael Laimo, author of Atmosphere and Dregs Of Society)
Take Cary Bouchard, a less than average, downtrodden shadow of a man and give him a free a ride on Hell's roller-coaster, complete with blood, guts and terror. The result? Staci Layne Wilson's psychological horror novel, Ghost Writer. Wilson has written a fresh twist on a classic favorite. Is fortune and fame worth a price? Any price? For seasoned and new readers of the genre, treat yourself to a masterfully written mind tweak, haunting descriptions and an ending that screams, 'Move over, Rod Serling!'
(Cass Andre, author of El Chupacabra)
In her latest work, Staci Layne Wilson tackles one of the most enduring questions of modern horror fiction – where do writers get their ideas? By the time the reader is done with GHOST WRITER, they’ll never look at another writer the same way again and all their darkest suspicions will be confirmed. A rousing good tale, full of atmosphere and suspense.
(Joseph Nassise, author of Riverwatch and Heretic)
Ghost Writer is a haunting adventure with roller coaster turns and surprises. This is one you'll want to read with the lights on as you buckle up for a scary ride into the darkest realms of horror!"
(Scarlett Dean, author of Unfinished Business)
Ghost Writer is lovingly lavished with every cliche in the book — this Satantic satire will have you laughing out loud even as you're shaking under your covers with fright. Wilson's provocative prose is vibrant, engaging and sharp as a demon's claw.
(L.M. Parkinson, Author of Teeth)