Through a Glass, Darkly, by W. H. Hussey

Through a Glass, Darkly, by W. H. Hussey

  • Author: W. H. Hussey
  • Artist: Ben Baldwin
  • Page Count: 445
  • Pub. Date: October 2023
  • ISBN: 978-1-58767-900-1
  • Status: In-Stock




"W. H. Hussey is the new Clive Barker." Sarah Pinborough, author of The Taken

About the Book:

Steeped in classic horror, this chilling contemporary tale deals with secrets long buried, festering guilt, and haunting loneliness. Jack Trent, the most effective criminal investigation officer in the history of the department, is having bad dreams of a child's murder in a forest at the hands of something indescribable.

But these are more than nightmares—they are visions of the future that Jack has tried for years to suppress. Something happened to Jack in his childhood— something that means he cannot touch another living person and something that killed his mother—and this something has returned to inspire his visions.

In a final race against time, Jack attempts to save a boy’s life in the clearing of Redgrave Forest. Can he face the long-dead Dr. Mendicant and the ancient Darkness of Crow Haven? Can he face the evil living inside himself? And what will he make of the Doctor’s final, devastating revelation?

Published as a trade paperback:
• Printed on 60# acid-free paper
• Featuring full color cover artwork
• Retail price $22.00

William Hussey is an award-winning author of over a dozen novels. From thrillers for Young Adults to gripping whodunnits for grown-ups, he has written in almost every genre of fiction. His latest books include the highly-anticipated Killing Jericho (April 2023), the first in a brand new series featuring crime fiction's first Traveller detective, and the acclaimed political thriller for teens, The Outrage.

His other titles for children and Young Adults include Hideous Beauty, Witchfinder: Dawn of the Demontide, Witchfinder: Gallows at Twilight; Witchfinder: The Last Nightfall; Haunted; The Nightmare Eater; and Turn Her Face To The Wall.

"Horrific, haunting, and humane, Hussey's novel is a disturbing journey into the darkest of minds." - Tim Lebbon, author of The Last Storm

“Packed with atmosphere and beautiful writing. Hussey delivers an absorbing, creepy read.” - Rev. Peter Laws, author of The Frighteners and The Matt Hunter Series