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Frazer Lee

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Frazer Lee’s debut novel, The Lamplighters was a Bram Stoker Award® Finalist for ‘Superior Achievement in a First Novel’. His other works include 'The Jack in the Green', 'The Skintaker' and the 'Daniel Gates Adventures' series.

One of Frazer’s early short stories received a Geoffrey Ashe Prize from the Library of Avalon, Glastonbury. His short fiction has since appeared in numerous anthologies including the acclaimed ‘Read By Dawn’ series.

Also a screenwriter and filmmaker, Frazer’s movie credits include the award-winning short horror films ‘On Edge’, ‘Red Lines’, ‘Simone’, 'The Stay', and the critically acclaimed horror/thriller feature (and Amazon #1 movie novelization) ‘Panic Button’.

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Panic Button

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The Lamplighters

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Urbane and Other Horror Tales

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In case you missed it, I was interviewed by the wonderfully witchy Gaby Triana over at her magickal blog The Witch Haunt.

It’s a five minute read (perfect for when you’re taking a well earned break from casting hexes, or gathering the ingredients for a flying potion) and you can check it out here.

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