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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The Manhattan Ghost Story Trilogy
"A Manhattan Ghost Story": Abner Cray, goes to NYC and encounters, in the apartment he's renting, not only a woman, Phyllis Pellaprat, with whom he falls in love, but that the absent friend whose apartment he's using murdered her. Follow Abner through all three volumes of this amazing, timeless love story from an author Stephen King praised as "A Blazing Talent".
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.
The Woman Next Door
Christine Bennet has everything: beauty, a loving husband, a new home of her own -- everything but the use of her legs, paralyzed in a childhood accident. She's slow to make friends, until she meets Marilyn, who lives next door. Marilyn, with her perfectly decorated home and her seemingly perfect family. Marilyn, with a dark, guilty secret in her attic...
The People of the Dark
It's a nice house on a country road. Jack and Erika Harris expect to be happy there. It doesn't matter that they're living in a deserted suburb where, years ago, murders and mutilations destroyed the residents. It doesn't matter - until those that caused the deaths come back - those that sprang from the earth. Those that need. Those that are not human.
Jack Erthmun does not believe that the dead actually speak to him, but in their own way they tell him so much. Jack is a New York City police detective with his own very peculiar ways of solving homicides, and those ways are beginning to frighten his colleagues. He gets results, but at what cost? What's happening to Jack Erthmun?
The Children of the Island
Homecoming.Now once again, after so many centuries, they stood upon the island. Manhattan Island.
The place which, before the buildings had been put up to cut the sky apart and before the subways sliced through the earth, had been the place of their birth. The place where they had first sprung up. People were going to learn ...
Fiften years is a long time. Memories fade away, but the horror remains.Fifteen years ago, two newlyweds perished at the edge of the woods. Now a development of one-family homes stands where their farm once was. For Janice McIntyre and her husband, this new community by the quiet, lovely woods is a perfect place to raise their expected child. Except for the ghosts...
Harry Briggs led a fairly normal life. He had a good job, a nice house, and a beautiful wife named Barbara, with whom he was very much in love. Then he died. that's when Harry's story really began. That's when he found himself in a strange little town called Silver Lake, with a mystery to solve.
A Spider on My Tongue
It is said that if ghosts were real, they'd be everywhere-at shopping malls, parking lots, in the parlor, the bathroom, on the sidewalks and boulevards (after all, how many people have lived and died throughout human history?). Seeing them ithe awful gift that Abner W. Cray opened two decades ago, and it's a gift that, even today, keeps on giving.
The Waiting Room
When Sam Feary meets his old high school buddy Abner in Manhattan, he knows something is wrong.
But he doesn't know how wrong.
Abner has stepped over the boundary, into the world of unseen spirits - a world that has suddenly become a terrifying reality.
It will take Abner's life unless Sam can rescue him...
But now it wasnt Sam's life as well!
Ryerson Biergarten is always willing to offer his psychic services to the forces of law and order. But when he tries to help the police find a serial killer who is stalking victims in one of the tallest buildings in the world, he is met with distrust and suspicion. This time he fears he is dealing with an eveil beyond hs powers: possession.
Exploring the full potential of his psychic talents when a gateway opens between Earth and a menacing world, Ryerson Biergarten seeks to keep humans and ghosts in their proper dimensions while searching for a particular man's killer.
The entity is ancient. It has taken form before, in other places. This time the place is Buffalo. The form is that of a magnificent woman...created from the dreams of a child. The eternal hunger is immense. The entity must feed. Psychic detective Ryerson Biergarten is falling in love with a wonderful woman, but she will die if he can't stop...The Devouring.
The grisly murders of Rochester's huge film manufacturing complex puzzled Chief of Detectives Tom McCabe. A werewolf prowling the corridors of the huge facility...attacking middle-management level employees? Preposterous. But just to be on the safe side, he'd call in Ryerson H. Biergarten, the well-known parapsychologist. If Rye could deal with ghosts, eh could catch a werewolf!
David and Anne Case were linked as only twins can be, always aware of each other's thoughts and feelings. Now Anne is dead. David takes an experimental drug and crosses the boundary between life and death. But the "other side" is a mysterious and confusing place and Anne is not easily found. David may not escape himself.
The Intelligent Man's Guide to Flying Saucers
This book, the first ever by T. M. Wright, is an extensive, probing survey of the state of UFO experiences circa the late 1960s. It is a thoughtful, well-written book with photographs.
12 Questions Most Often Asked About Flying Saucers
Classic Cases -- Twenty Cases Typical of the UFO Phenomena
A new husband and a new home, what more could a newlywed want? Unfortunately, home is an isolated neglected farm house near an encroaching woods. And each day Rachel’s husband grows quieter and more introspective. Worse, she cannot ignore the menacing woods she sees from the porch windows. They are the hiding place for abandoned children. But are they truly children and, if not, what are they?