Author Mark Towse
About the Author
Mark Towse is an Englishman living in Australia. He would sell his soul to the devil or anyone buying if it meant he could write full-time. Alas, he left it very late to begin this journey, penning his first story since primary school at the ripe old age of 45. Since then, he’s been published in over thirty anthologies and publications such as Flash Fiction Magazine, Cosmic Horror, The Dread Machine, Suspense Magazine, ParABnormal, Raconteur. His work has also appeared multiple times on The No Sleep Podcast, The Grey Rooms, and many other excellent productions. His first collection, ‘Face the Music,’ was released by All Things That Matter Press and is available via Amazon, Dymocks, B&N, etc.
Author: Mark Towse
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Hope wharf is an idyllic town surrounded by crystal blue waters and home to approximately two hundred residents, including best friends Ryan and Zac. There’s only one road in and one road out, and the locals like it that way, happy to cater to the tourists during the holiday season and keen to get their idyllic town back in the off-season. It sounds perfect, but there’s a catch. The last time a local allegedly tried to leave town, they were found on the side of the road with mist coming out of every orifice. Tourists can come and go as they please, but it’s forbidden for locals to leave, and from an early age, children are told about what happens if they try, poor old Tommy Nicholls used as an example. Ryan and Zac are keen to uncover the town’s secrets and arrange a midnight stroll down Mulville Road to test the rumours out for themselves.