Published by Jo Fletcher Books (2012)
Edie is a barmaid at The Tup in the small town of Ravenglass. So far, so normal. But when she is caught in a freak earthquake she subsequently develops ‘The Eye’ – a power that allows her glimpses of other worlds and strange events.
At first Edie passes her visions off as nightmares, but when a corpse is found, murdered, she realises that she has seen this death before, and that her visions are not imaginary, but real.
Mankind had better hope that Edie finds a solution to the murders soon, because it’s more than just the influence of ‘The Eye’ that has entered the world. A power far more malevolent has been released, and that power is hungry for death.
“Fletcher’s writing is so fresh and distinctive, and his characterisation of Edie, a dreadlocked loner living in a caravan, is so strong that this becomes an enjoyably scary quick read” – Sunday Times
“Fletcher has a most distinctive voice, and convinces me that there may be some truth at last in those rumours about a renaissance in British supernatural fiction” – The Times
“Fletcher writes with an engagingly light touch, in an artfully meandering style which reflects Edie’s numb, perplexed state of mind” – Starburst
“He writes with levels of subtlety and quietude that are rare in the world of horror fiction” – Bookmunch
“We are enjoying a steady renaissance of British Horror fiction, my friends, and Tom Fletcher is up there the best of them” – Spooky Reads
“[Tom Fletcher] is well on the road to becoming a master of his craft and his new novel, The Ravenglass Eye, is but confirmation of that” – Fear
“A very talented and unconventional writer” – Kamivision