DEATH IS ONLY A STAGE IN EVOLUTION...
Byron is a wealthy and eccentric ghost-hunter.
He puts together a team of misfits to hunt for the paranormal.
But to Kit and Fletcher, it's just a job. And these are only ghost stories.
Or are they?
One night in the cemetery, things take a turn that none of them expected. After falling into a grave pit, Kit finds himself face to face with a corpse. Eliza Jinny Threlcoates. Died 1842. Perfectly preserved with not a trace of decay.
From out of nowhere a woman appears - 'If you want to film real ghosts, come to this address tomorrow night.'
The ghost-hunters find themselves on stretch of beach where the tide has mysteriously rolled out for miles.
And they are about to discover that death is only a stage of evolution.
The Spirited Sea is a chilling and thought-provoking story that is perfect for fans of James Herbert and Stephen King.
Simon Clark's work has been widely praised:
'A master of eerie thrills' Richard Laymon.
'Britain's greatest living horror writer.' SFX
'The hottest new purveyor of horrific thrills currently working on these shores' The Big Issue
'Inventive and fast moving - good old fashioned fun.' - The Washington Post.
'To say that Simon Clark is the best novelist to emerge this decade is self-evident. Simon has simply outgrown genre restrictions' - Andrew Darlington
Simon Clark is the highly-regarded author of numerous horror novels. His short stories have appeared in various magazines and anthologies. His work has also been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and he has written prose material for the rock band U2. He lives with his wife in mystical territory that lies on the border of Robin Hood country in England.
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Used availability for Simon Clark's The Spirited Sea
October 2015 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition