Henry Anderson is an author. Here you can find free short stories, blogs and news. A complete list of his posts can be found here.
Henry’s new novel, “Cape Misfortune,” is out now.
“Welcome to beautiful Cape Misfortune. Come for the rugged coastline and unspoiled beaches. Stay for the quaint customs and friendly welcome.”
Don’t ask about the people who are going missing. Locals blame it on other-worldly creatures who use the fog as cover.
Disgraced police woman Deputy Cassandra Dollar is fighting to keep her job after her ex-husband has lied about her. Her shift Sergeant no longer believes a word she says and her new patrol partner is more dangerous than any of the criminals she faces.
Then “The Levitator”, an ex-detective-turned-magician, offers to help Cassandra unmask a terrible mystery. Why are people going missing? Where are they being taken to?
Could an old house on a crumbling cliff be the gateway to another world?
Are the disappearances part of a conspiracy that threatens more than Cape Misfortune – maybe the future of the entire planet?
Henry’s first novel “The Mouth” is out now.
When Jack’s family is killed, his only chance of survival is to travel through “The Mouth” – a device that opens doors into other worlds.
A Goodreads reviewer said the book “rockets along at breakneck speed… For anyone 16+ who enjoys reading dark Sci-Fi / Fantasy, I thoroughly recommend ‘The Mouth.’ It is an exciting, satisfying read, with a great main character in Jack and an upbeat ending.”
While you’re here, why not check out some of Henry’s short stories?
In “The Spa” – a terminally-ill journalist visits a haunted village. In the steampunk-inspired “Tales From New Berlin“, published on Wattpad, a self-styled “gentleman adventurer” confronts increasingly baffling imysteries.