A number of short stories published in 2003 by this author who is perhaps better known now for his Bryant and May books.
These stories reflect his imahinatively scary approach to a number of things with some stories ghostly, some with a twist a
la Roald Dahl (I prefer Fowler, though) and some, like 'Feral', downright nasty. The overall standard is high though some of
the tales were less involving than others - possibly a reflection of my own state of mind when they were read. Overall, a
highly recommendable collection which is well up to this excellent author's high standards.