Author, Bryce Wilson
Bryce Wilson is a freelance writer living in Austin, TX. He is the author of Son Of Danse Macabre: A Personal History Of Horror, a feature writer for Art Decades and Paracinema Magazine and a film columnist for The San Luis Obispo New Times for the last ten years. The Unquiet Dead is his first novel. He is currently seeking representation and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Bullets, Booze and Bastards"
The Unquiet Dead
by Bryce Wilson,
$4.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
A man commits suicide outside of a newspaper office in a small California town. Three reporters are drawn into a mystery that leads to the darkest corners of the city they thought they knew. The beaches and vineyards offer a perfect draw for tourists, but conceal a deep evil. Pitted against the most powerful man in the city, and hunted by a hit man with a sick sense of humor, the reporters' search for the truth puts those they love at risk. And the people they trust the most may be the ones who get them killed. “A work of California Noir that combines a dark sense of humor with a fast moving plot.”
Raves for The Unquiet Dead
“A work of California Noir that combines a dark sense of humor with a fast moving plot.”
“An arresting debut novel that plants Bryce Wilson firmly in the shadows of noir fiction.” - Hayes Brandwell, The Polemicist Post
“An excellent debut as a film critic turns his pen to noir mystery. I enjoyed this dark tale of murder. It would make a bang-up film!”
“A gripping read …”