The Dead Have No Shadows

By Chris Mawbey

Fantasy, Horror, Paranormal, Sci-Fi | Paperback, eBook


Just because you don’t believe in the afterlife doesn’t stop it from existing. When Mickey Raymond’s life comes to a sudden and premature end he arrives in a place beyond death. It’s enough of a shock for Mickey, being dead at only twenty two, without then finding out that he has to embark on a journey to reach his ultimate destiny. The choices he makes along the way together with relived scenes from a violent and dysfunctional home life - unswerving loyalty to best friend, Jonno - and his relationship, in death, with Elena should all combine to shape Mickey’s final fate. He is a pawn in a supernatural power game though - his life has been cut short for a reason. Just as some work with Mickey to help him reach whatever his destiny may be; others have an alternative, nightmarish ending of eternal suffering planned for him.



I've always been an avid reader and two reasons I became a writer were, I wanted to be as good as the writers who so thoroughly entertained me and because I thought I could write better stories than some of the writers I was reading. Many years later I still feel more or less the same way. I like the term speculative fiction. It means I can skip around the genres a bit. I mostly write paranormal / fantasy / horror but am quite happy throwing in just plain weird stuff that sits nicely under the speculative fiction tag . Please take a look at my website http:\\chrismawbey.weebly.com for an idea of what I write. I've got two novels, DARKEST CORNERS OF THE MIND and THE DEAD HAVE NO SHADOWS published as ebooks and in print format; plus two collections of short stories, SHADES OF IMAGINATION and WHO WILL I BE TODAY on sale as e-books. When I'm not dreaming up new stories I enjoy reading, eating, drinking and sleeping - not necessarily in that order. I'm from Derby, England.


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I've always been an avid reader and two reasons I became a writer were, I wanted to be as good as the writers who so thoroughly entertained me and because I thought I could write better stories than some of the writers I was reading. Many years later I still feel more or less the same way. I like the term speculative fiction. It means I can skip around the genres a bit. I mostly write paranorm...


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