A Manhattan Ghost Story

A photographer, Abner Cray, goes to NYC to work on a "coffee table photo book" about Manhattan and encounters, in the apartment he's renting, not only a woman, Phyllis Pellaprat, with whom he falls in love, and finds out halfway through the novel not only that she's dead but that the absent friend whose apartment he's using murdered her. More

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Published by Crossroad Press
Words: 66,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301934782
About T. M. Wright

T.M. WRIGHT is in his 43rd year as a writer (in training). Author of twenty-three novels (in and out of print) in various languages, a few short stories (he finds the novel easier to write), and lots of poetry, Wright is convinced that the quest for exactly the right word or phrase can hobble any writer. A father, grandfather, woodworker, and artist, Wright loves Boston terriers, Maine coon cats, and vegetarian cuisine.

According to Ramsey Campbell, TM Wright is a "one-man definition of the term 'quiet horror." Since 1978, he's published 22 novels in fourteen languages, some of which have become classics in the field of horror and dark fantasy. Former literary editor of Writer Online, and now in charge of generating contests, some reviewers have called him "the best ghost story writer alive."

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