Author: Roy Wilkinson

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POWER IN THE DARKNESS

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A HISTORY OF DARK LUSTRE IN XXX OBJECTS

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SEA POWER PRESS RELEASE: 1/4/2022

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DARK LUSTRE: chapter notes

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ROCK MUSIC VS. ARMOURED FIGHTING VEHICLES

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These Feral Lands Volume 1

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DARK LUSTRE – A BOOK IN SIX PARTS

DL meal-deal offer: £30 GDP – for all 6 books in one UK delivery

We mean, have you read the reviews?

Stuart Maconie, BBC Radio 6 Music: “A kaleidoscope of characters, jokes, theories and terrific writing.”

Stephen Morris, New Order: “Highly enjoyable AND educational. Can’t wait for the next volumes.”

Cathi Unsworth, author of Bad Penny Blues: “These books are a work of art. A compelling adventure, from eerie Devon cliffs to a haunted, history-riven Germany. Superb.”

Alan Warner, author of Morvern Callar: “Dark Lustre is one of my private delights at this time – like a linked series of secret caverns in a glorious pyramid. They are going to be collectors’ pieces so get them while you can.”

Luke Turner, Caught by the River: “Wonderful… hugely enjoyable… looks fantastic…”

Benjamin Myers, author of The Gallows Pole: “Roy Wilkinson’s lustre for life and pursuit of endless capers is intoxicating. Shaping up to be a madcap classic.” 

Ian Harrison, MOJO: “A wild blend of occult whodunnit madness, plastic explosives and all-female rock action. Engrossing!”

John Doran, The Quietus: “Superb… giddy like Bill Drummond on West Country fly agaric.”

Richard J Foster, Louder Than War: “Entertaining… witty… inspiring…”

David Quantick: “Surreal, list-y, arcane, local – this is an extraordinary book.”

Marc Riley, BBC Radio 6 Music: “Thoroughly enjoying this sinewy work from Roy Wilkinson.”

Dark Lustre is a limited-edition book in six volumes – arriving through your letter box in six monthly instalments. Post and packaging included…

It’s made-up stuff, “non-non-fiction”, but rooted in our contemporary world. The narrative moves from North Devon to Bavaria and Berlin. There is mystery and mortality, on the Devon cliffs and across continental Europe. Improvisational investigator Tommy Quantox seeks solutions – to localised enigma and to our past century’s most insidious red herring. Three women have formed an astonishing rock band. SS porcelain, energy drinks, the Siberian jay and uplifting human endeavour are all part of a story that is both elliptical and fiercely lucid. Roy also wrote the acclaimed Sea Power-themed book Do It For Your Mum, praised by The Guardian in 2011 as “The year’s finest memoir.”

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