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The Faraway People

A cult hellbent on death and destruction, a troubled family with a twisted web of secrets and lies, and an ancient forest swarming with ungodly abominations.

When Hattie and Richard Penrose take their family on a ‘staycation’ to the Cornish village of Bodhmall’s Rest, cracks in their unsettled marriage start to appear, as does the truth about Hattie’s fling with a co-worker and Richard’s burgeoning money problems.


As the family members battle their own individual demons, strange creatures are sighted amongst the trees, and the ghost of the mysterious Red Man appears in the attic. When an undercover SOCA agent uncovers links with a criminal organisation known as The Belvedere Saints, things start to unravel at a terrifying pace. Little do the Penrose family know that Glanna Cormoran and the members of her pagan cult are keeping a close eye on them.


And the Terrible Babies. They’re watching too.

Available to pre-order now.

Reviews for Stacey Dighton

Insane, claustrophobic and gloriously creepy. Dighton has crafted a tale of dark, pervasive horror that I couldn’t put down. The first tendrils of insanity tease the reader early on but by the wonderfully bonkers climax, the author gives us both barrels. This is must read for fans of the genre.

Chris Coppel - Author


This book was creepy and gory and I loved it. It was page turner for sure and the little bits of humor thrown in were great. I also really loved the ending because it leaves the book open for the possibility of a 3rd novel in the series.

Goodreads Review

As a MASSIVE James Herbert fan I am yet to find an author that I can read their book start to finish (I always search out new writers, or authors I have never heard of). Usually I read a few chapters then I’m bored...but this one got me hooked and most definitely made me want to read more of his work. The characters were so relatable to the modern world, the suspense had me hooked once I started reading it, I literally took the book with me everywhere I went.

Amazon Review

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