Scotland 1980. A hovel of a living room; a young boy and his father; an old cine projector and a white screen illuminated with the classic silent horror movie Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror – this night is etched forever in the seven-year-old mind of Spencer Feckley, who awakens that same evening to find his father dead in a pool of his own blood, a victim, at least in his own fractured young psyche, of the infamous vampire Nosferatu.
Traumatized beyond belief, Spencer drinks the blood of his father, thus transforming himself instantly into the hideous cinematic creature he fears and despises; a dark and loathsome Bird of Death whose one desire is to feed upon the hot, pumping blood of others.
Fleeing as a young adult to 1990s London in pursuit of adventure, anonymity and blood, Spencer receives more than he bargained for when he lands an “interesting” job in the heart of Soho. Quickly the young vampire is elevated to worlds far beyond his wildest, blood-soaked dreams.
So come and step into the Italian, hand-crafted shoes of Spencer Feckley if you dare and travel deep into the belly of a vast, voracious beast brimming with black magick, secret societies and bloody rituals; an inverted world where reality clashes with mythology, fact blends with fiction and bloodthirsty beasts akin to that dreaded deathbird Nosferatu run rampant without punishment or reprisal . . .
Originally from Scotland, I have spent the past 17 years in Italy and Spain. I live in a beautiful seaside village near Barcelona with my family and tortoise. After years of writing songs with my guitar, poetry and even a cookbook for family and friends “Spencer: A Symphony of Horror” is my first adventure into ebook publishing. At the moment I am finishing my 2nd novel.