Richard Wright

author of strange, dark fictions

Hiram Grange and the Nymphs of Krakow

Hiram Grange is already broken when his world is turned upside down by the horrifying revelations of a beautiful and dangerous woman. Faced with the possibility that he’s been a pawn in a diabolical game, he seeks the truth in the snows of Krakow. But the truth is guarded by ancient, winged things, and the truth has teeth …

The fifth and final novella in Volume One of the Scandalous Misadventures of Hiram Grange, a loosely linked series of standalone novellas from Shroud Publishing (2010).

“Twisted, shocking and full of pitch-black humor and darkly original twists. One of the best books I’ve read this year.” – Brian Keene, Bram Stoker award winning author of Darkness on the Edge of Town and Dead Sea.

“Richard Wright is one of the best kept secrets in horror, which is a crying shame because a guy this good shouldn’t be a secret at all. And best of all, he just keeps getting better. Hiram Grange and the Nymphs of Krakow is a good old fashioned rollicking tale of mysticism and mayhem. The pages turn themselves, it’s that good.” – Steven Savile , the International Bestselling author of Silver, and Stargate SG-1: The Power Behind the Throne

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Reviews

“It was a wicked good ride through some dark, twisted avenues with a demented savior… a gritty and sexy balls-to-the-walls adventure. If you’re a fan of dark urban fantasy like me, then you’ll rejoice upon finding this treasure trove.” – Rebecca Baumann, Dirty Sexy Books.

“In a realm of already murky morality, Wright has dumped Hiram into a fog shrouded mire where once-pure intentions are taking on a sinister tinge. He has done a marvelous job of ramping up the consequences here and it makes for a riveting read.” – Anton Cancre, Horrornews

“I highly recommend the entire Hiram Grange Series and i will be looking into more of Wright’s work. Do yourself a service and use the link to the left to go over to Shroud and snag yourself a copy of the book, you WILL enjoy it.” – Kurt M. Criscione