Stephen Bywater - Author

About the Author

Stephen Bywater left school at 16 to join the Merchant Navy. He now lives with his family in Bedford, where he teaches English. The Devil's Ark is his first novel.

Featured books by Stephen Bywater

The Devil's Ark

The Devil's Ark

Author: Stephen Bywater Format: Paperback Release Date: 08/05/2014

'The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world that he did not exist' Baudelaire Sometimes the past is best left buried Twelve years after fighting in Mesopotamia in the Great War, Harry Ward returns to the land where he lost his faith, his mind and almost his life. Haunted by bloody visions of bayonets, shrapnel and shells, he takes up the offer of a simple job, working as a photographer on an archaeological dig outside of Mosul. As the dig progresses, Ward begins to realise that what they have uncovered is no ordinary temple; it holds a terrible secret. Now flashbacks are the least of his problems ...and he must face a new kind of terror.

Other books by Stephen Bywater

Night of the Damned

Night of the Damned

Author: Stephen Bywater Format: Paperback Release Date: 18/06/2015

When darkness falls the nightmare begins . . . It is 1935 and a rubber plantation deep in the Amazon jungle is losing its labourers one by one. Company agent Miller arrives to investigate the mounting number of those disappearing as well as the brutal killing of a fellow agent. Sightings of a corpselike girl and a man who bears a striking resemblance to the dead agent soon have Miller on edge. And when night falls, and the humid air fills with the stench of rotting flesh, he becomes convinced he's found the nearest thing to hell. They roam through the darkness, hide in the shadows and shun the daylight. But what are these deathly-looking figures? As the sun sets over the plantation, only a brave man dares to sleep...

The Devil's Ark

The Devil's Ark

Author: Stephen Bywater Format: Paperback Release Date: 08/05/2014

'The greatest trick the devil ever played was convincing the world that he did not exist' Baudelaire Sometimes the past is best left buried Twelve years after fighting in Mesopotamia in the Great War, Harry Ward returns to the land where he lost his faith, his mind and almost his life. Haunted by bloody visions of bayonets, shrapnel and shells, he takes up the offer of a simple job, working as a photographer on an archaeological dig outside of Mosul. As the dig progresses, Ward begins to realise that what they have uncovered is no ordinary temple; it holds a terrible secret. Now flashbacks are the least of his problems ...and he must face a new kind of terror.

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