|"Ectric has talent!" - Ray Staar, author of A Matter of State
"For a book described by the author as The Hardy Boys meet William
S. Burroughs, Tamper is a surprisingly tender book about growing
up on the edge of magic." - Eric D. Lehman, Professor of English,
University of Bridgeport, author of Bridgeport: Tales From the Park
"When Bill Ectric wants to make a story weirder, he just adds events
from his life - a life that is stranger than anything he invents." -
Steve Aylett, author of LINT, Slaughtermatic, and The Complete
"Bill is at his best when writing dialogue. I felt like I was there,
among Whit's small circle of friends."
- Frank J. Dello Stritto, author of A Quaint & Curious Volume of
Forgotten Lore: The Mythology & History of Classic Horror Films and
Vampire Over London: Bela Lugosi in Britain
|If you like secret panels and passages, pulp magazines like Amazing Stories, Fate, and Weird Tales, Aldous
Huxley's The Doors of Perception, small-town childhood escapades reminiscent of Jean Shepherd's A Christmas
Story, and arcane historical fiction, Tamper is your kind of book.