Is it really better to burn out than to fade away?Aldo Evans is a desperate man. Fired from his job and deeply in debt, he struggles to balance a broken family life with his passion for music.Luce Figura is a troubled woman. A rhythmic perfectionist, she is haunted by childhood trauma and scorned by her religiously devout mother.Ross McArthur is a wise ass. Orphaned as an infant, his interests include game shows, home-grown weed, occasional violence and the bass guitar.They are Public Alibi. A rock n’ roll band going nowhere fast.But when the sharp-suited, smooth talking producer Gappa Bale offers them a once-in-a-lifetime chance to make their dreams come true, they are caught up in a maelstrom of fame, obsession, music and murder.Praise from readers:★★★★★ – “Watson is the Christopher Brookmyre of horror. Readers will be very, very afraid.”★★★★★ – “Classic occult horror in a modern (musical) setting. A terrifying, excellent horror story that really resonated with me.”★★★★★ – “A book I will soon not forget. If you love music, plot twists, and horror stories, this one is for you.”
Buy the book, and follow the author on social media:
Buy the Book On Amazon.
D.A. Watson was halfway through a music and media degree at the University of Glasgow when he discovered he was actually better at writing. He unleashed his debut novel, In the Devil’s Name, on an unsuspecting public in the summer of 2012, and plans of a career in music education left firmly in the dust, later gained his masters degree in Creative Writing from the University of Stirling. He has since published two more novels; The Wolves of Langabhat and Cuttin’ Heads, plus several prizewinning articles and stories, including Durty Diana, which was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in the US in 2016, and the Burns parody Tam O’ Shatner, a competition winner at the Falkirk Storytelling Festival, runner up in the Dunedin Burns Poetry Competition in New Zealand, and nominated for the People’s Book Prize in 2018. “The Christoper Brookmyre of horror. Readers will be very very afraid.” – Louise Welsh, bestselling author of the Plague Times trilogy”Ambitious and spectacular.”- Undiscovered Scotland”Irvine Welsh with teeth.”- Snakebite Horror”An exhilarating, wild, violent read and one that will undoubtedly thrill anyone looking for some pulpy lycanthropic action.” – Booksquawk