Paul Frith was born in 1971 in the city of Sheffield, England. Inspired by such writers as Susan Hill, Richard Bach and Richard Matheson and the simple way these great writers paint with words.
Already hard at work on his next novel, 'The Occupier' he also finds time to churn out short stories as well as play with his three children.
He can always be found roaming the Peak District, Derbyshire with a notebook and ukulele in hand.
When Tom and Molly Shuttle were forced to stay with their strange cousin Seymour they thought their holiday was over. ‘Remember,’ Seymour had told his cousins, ‘keep away from the old house and the Dark Man.’ Soon their adventures lead them to discover that the Dark Man has a secret buried not only deep in his past but also deep beneath the rocks where the tide ends and the cliffs begin.