"Ectric has talent!" - Ray Staar, author of A Matter of State

"I very much enjoyed reading Tamper, an original mix of Fortean insight into
the paranormal and a coming-of-age novel." -
Adrian Dover

"For a book described by the author as The Hardy Boys meet William S.
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
Shadows of Paris, Great Pan is Dead, and Bridgeport:
Tales From the Park City

"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 Accomplice

"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
The Doors of Perception, small-town childhood escapades reminiscent of Jean Shepherd's A Christmas
and arcane historical fiction, Tamper is your kind of book.
"It's a cliché  to say you can't put a book down when it's good, but this is one
time it's absolutely true! Somewhere between
The X Files and Catcher in the Rye
Tamper. And few writers have as great a grasp on representing place! Read
Tamper! You WON'T be disappointed!"
- Dr. Tim Gilmore, author of
This Kind of City: Ghost Stories and Psychological
Landscapes, and The Mad Atlas of Virginia King
"Engaging literary fiction with compelling characters, an interesting plot with
twists, and the skillful layering of several genres, including history, mystery, and
a dab or two of the paranormal." -
Claudia Moscovici, Literature Salon