the travelling man

"If you're a fan of Stephen King's Needful Things then you have to get this book"


"Its dark subject matter, creepy terrain, a highly developed and complex cast of characters, and a thundering crescendo all make for a spectacular novel of horror and suspense"  - HOGWASH 

"The Traveling Man was probably one of the best horror books I have ever read... if you don't mind a good scare, this story is for you!"  - THE BOOK ADVENTURES OF EMILY 


Winner of an Indie Book of the Day award

The road to hell is a long and dusty one

The small desert town of Granton is a typical slow boiling pot of unfulfilled hopes and dreams. Every hard working day is much like any other here where little ever changes.

Sheriff Cassie Wheeler runs a tight ship in the tradition of her late father. There is little serious crime to trouble her department, save for the local miners' occasional rowdiness after payday.

But Granton has its share of secrets hiding behind twitching curtains and small town folks often have the biggest of ambitions.

Now the long dusty road into town has brought with it a stranger, a man of elegance calling himself Gilbert Grange.

He brings with him a bag full of dreams and a silver tongue of promise. He can give you whatever you desire, all you have to do is sign on the dotted line.

The residents of Granton are about to discover that dreams can come at a terrible price, and you should always be careful what you wish for.