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Conrad A Williams

Conrad A. Williams was born in Cheshire in 1969. He sold his first short story at the age of 18 and has gone on to publish around 80 more with a variety of magazines and anthologies. He is the author of three novels, four novellas and a collection of his best short fiction. His book The Unblemished won the International Horror Guild Award for Best Novel. His is also a past recipient of the British Fantasy Award and the Littlewood Arc Prize.

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Decay Inevitable

Released 9 September 2009

By Conrad A Williams

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Sean Redman is a failed policeman who cannot escape the job. Will Lacey is a husband who witnesses the birth of a monster.

Cheke is a killing machine programmed to erase every trace of an experiment gone horribly wrong... These strands all come together in this dark and visceral fantasy. Decay Inevitable charts the badlands of horrifying dreams and demons, where a black market in unspeakable goods is discovered.

A race is on to unearth the secrets of the soul... secrets woven into the fabric of death itself.

UK: 9781844167487 | 7th September 2009
US: 9781844167494 | 29th December 2009

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Loss of Separation

Released 3 March 2014

By Conrad A Williams

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Pilot Paul Roan is in command of a Boeing 777 involved in a near miss. Nerves shot, he opts for a new life running a B&B in a costal village with his girlfriend, Tamara. Not long after they arrive, Paul is involved in a serious accident.

Emerging six months later from a coma, Paul discovers that Tamara is gone and a child killer is haunting the beaches. The villagers, appalled by Paul’s cheating of death, treat him as a sin-eater. They bring him items to dispose of, secrets too awful to deal with themselves.

At least he has local nurse, Ruth, to look after him. And Amy, a damaged soul with a special gift. She befriends paul and together they unearth clues that might explain the shocking history of the village, and suggest the murders are anything but.

Meanwhile, Paul begins to suspect there’s more to Tamara’s disappearance than meets the eye…

“Williams is so good at what he does he probably shouldn’t be allowed to do it anymore for the sake of everyone’s sanity.”
-Publisher’s Weekly

UK: 9781906735555 | 3rd March 2011
US: 9781906735565 | 29th March 2011