When hack reporter Dexter Lomax investigates a series of mysterious craters forming across Northeast England, he fully expects to turn somebody’s well-planned hoax into international news for the weak-minded.
What he doesn’t expect is for suicidal beggars to thrust weirdly compelling video tapes into his hands, to be targeted by two opposing groups with deadly agendas, or to be in the centre of a drama that begins with the discovery of dozens of skinned corpses on the Town Moor.
Drawn on by his lethal curiosity, Dex is forced to journey further than even he had imagined possible, in pursuit of a story he might never dare write…
Come what may, the flesh remembers…
“When a tale has the momentum that this one does, you don’t want anything pulling you out of the story. If you’re a fan of good, old fashioned, creepy Lovecraftian horror (with just a tad of X-Files style sci-fi) you can’t go wrong with The Flesh Remembers.” – The Reader Reviews
“A terrific, genuinely creepy novella… Lomax’s first-person narration builds perfectly to capture both Lomax’s terror and his pity as he doggedly uncovers the truth, rendering The Flesh Remembers worthwhile for any horror fan.” - None May Say
The Flesh Remembers is out of print.