Sepultura will be unleashed on the world this Thursday (January 11th).
A sociopath can only keep up a façade for so long.
Dyson Devereux is a busy man, with a challenging new job at Paleham Council and a young son. He would be coping just fine were it not for crass colleagues, banal bureaucracy and contemptible clothes. He is not going to take it lying down.
Because beneath Dyson’s charming, Italian delicacy-consuming veneer lurks something sinister. As his personal and professional lives threaten to spiral out of control, will Dyson’s true nature be revealed?
Compulsive and brimming with satirical wit, Sepultura is a caustic black comedy featuring an unforgettable sociopath.
“My kind of black comedy. You’ll either love Dyson, or love to hate him” — Sandra Seymour, Author of Breed: Slayer
“A satirical gem” — Reader
“Sociopathic comedy at its best” — Adam Riley, Comedian
Click here to see the first reviews for Sepultura on Goodreads.
Here is a short extract:
After discarding two pamphlets advertising tacky funeral programme cards, I peruse a brochure from a local gravestone manufacturer. Having decided that the company’s creations are fit for public consumption, I hand the brochure to Sullen Goth with instructions to add their details to the database.
The next item needing my attention is a draft letter to the Scully family, one of whose number resides in Cressingham Park Cemetery. His gravestone was torn down on the orders of Health and Safety, for no other reason than it was tilting seven degrees to one side more than their irksome requirements permit. The living Scullys are less than impressed … My office telephone is ringing. I pick it up.
‘Good morning Burials and Cemeteries.’
‘Hi Burials and Cemeteries.’
‘Who is this?’
‘Come on blood, you telling me you don’t recognise my voice?’