Books by Guy Burt

A CLOCK WITHOUT HANDS by Guy Burt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 26, 2004

"Overheated, relentless naval-gazing tragedy of midlife crisis and mispent youth."
Precious, occasionally pretentious tale of childish confidences and innocence lost in a dusty Italian coastal town: the third outing from England's chronicler of conflicted childhood trauma. Read full book review >
SOPHIE by Guy Burt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 1, 2003

"Slight and obliquely told, but dense with atmospherics and creeping dread."
From the British author of The Hole (2001): a first US appearance of a slim, taut, creepy psychological thriller, written when Burt was 19. Read full book review >
THE HOLE by Guy Burt
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

"Bleak but not horrifying. (Bram Stoker can rest easy.) Will probably be clutched to the bosoms of professionally moody young people whose parents could never understand."
Following the spooky plan of a charismatic classmate, five British schoolmates entomb themselves; when the promised third-day release fails to materialize, they . . . complain. Read full book review >