An Absence of Natural Light

An Absence of Natural Light

by F. G. Cottam

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Overview

An Absence of Natural Light by F. G. Cottam

Terror and romance go hand in hand in F.G Cottam's new novella, An Absence of Natural Light. When Rebecca shows Tom Harper around a new apartment, the attraction between her and the ex-pro footballer is clear from the start.

Getting close to him despite being wary of his playboy footballer image, together they begin to settle Tom in to his new home. But when things start to go bump in the night, the apartment's dark past is revealed. Old landlords and ex-lovers are reluctant to talk about the previous occupant, and why the apartment has stayed empty in the decades that followed her mysterious death. She has left a beguiling, bewitching legacy, which refuses to stay buried.

Tom and Rebecca are keen to live in the present, but is it the past that is living with them?

An Absence of Natural Light is a classic ghost story with a twist.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781448215782
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
Publication date: 12/10/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 40
Sales rank: 680,067
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

F.G. Cottam was born and brought up in Southport, Lancashire. He read History at the University of Kent before moving to London to pursue a career in journalism. During the 1990s, he was prominent in the revolution of the men's magazine. He played a key part in the launch of FHM, Total Sport and Men's Health.

Now a father of two, Cottam lives in Kingston-upon-Thames. His fiction is thought up over daily runs along the towpath between the bridges of Kingston and Hampton Court.
F.G. Cottam was born and brought up in Southport in Lancashire, attending the University of Kent at Canterbury where he took a degree in history before embarking on a career in journalism in London. He lived for 20 years in North Lambeth and during the 1990s was prominent in the lad-mag revolution, launch editing FHM, inventing Total Sport magazine and then launching the UK edition of Men's Health. He is the father of two and lives in Kingston-upon-Thames. His fiction is thought up over daily runs along the towpath between Kingston and Hampton Court Bridges.

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