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Frazer Lee
Frazer Lee's debut novel, The Lamplighters was a Bram Stoker Award® Finalist for 'Superior Achievement in a First Novel'.One of Frazer's early short stories received a Geoffrey Ashe Prize from the Library of Avalon, Glastonbury. His short fiction has since appeared in numerous anthologies... show more

Frazer Lee's debut novel, The Lamplighters was a Bram Stoker Award® Finalist for 'Superior Achievement in a First Novel'.One of Frazer's early short stories received a Geoffrey Ashe Prize from the Library of Avalon, Glastonbury. His short fiction has since appeared in numerous anthologies including the acclaimed 'Read By Dawn' series.Also a screenwriter and filmmaker, Frazer's movie credits include the award-winning short horror films 'On Edge', 'Red Lines', 'Simone', and the critically acclaimed horror/thriller feature (and movie novelization) 'Panic Button'.Frazer lectures in Creative Writing and Screenwriting at Brunel University London and Birkbeck, University of London. He resides with his family in leafy Buckinghamshire, England where (when he's not getting lost in a forest) he is working on new fiction and film projects.Official website: www.frazerlee.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/AuthorFrazerLee Twitter: www.twitter.com/frazer_lee
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Birth date: February 01
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Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 2 years ago
I received a free copy of The Leper Window from the publisher in return for an honest review. At just 54 pages The Leper Window is a short and fast read. I didn't feel as drawn in as I would have liked and that's due in part to it being short and not having as much substance as I would have liked,...
Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 3 years ago
I received a copy of The Skintaker from the author in return for an honest review.The Skintaker felt a little slow to begin with but that time was used to introduce and to get to know Rosie and her family and to give some detailed background to the characters. I enjoyed reading this one, the time pe...
MizNikki
MizNikki rated it 4 years ago
Marla was down on her luck writing bad checks and avoiding her landlady. Out of the blue, a once in a lifetime job offer comes her way and she accepts even though some of the rules seem to be a little extreme. But, hey. She's get to travel to a beautiful island and it's not like she has a better job...
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