Single White Male - An Exercise in Lovecraftian Realisation
by Julian M. Miles
Fear the Tide.
It washes everything away, or it brings lost things back: secrets, crimes, lies.
Brannon's memory is like the tide; he can't control it, and he can't hold on to it.
Detective Higgin has a problem that is turning into a nightmare, and Brannon is a part of it - or the cause.
Under the waxing moon, something new is hunting.
Out by the Tide Mills, something old has surfaced.