Nick Cutter is the author of the critically acclaimed national bestseller The Troop (which is currently being developed for film with producer James Wan), as well as The Deep and Little Heaven. Nick Cutter is the pseudonym for Craig Davidson, whose much-lauded literary fiction includes Rust and Bone, The Saturday Night Ghost Club, and, most recently, the short story collection Cascade. His story "Medium Tough" was selected by author Jennifer Egan for The Best American Short Stories 2014. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
"If you aren't claustrophobic now, you will be after reading "The
Deep." Terror at its best!"-- Ania Ahlborn, bestselling author of
Within These Walls and Seed"
"Utterly terrifying."-- Clive Barker on THE DEEP"
A grim microcosm of terror and desperation haunting. -- Christopher Golden, New York Times bestselling author on THE TROOP"
A gripping and terrifying story delivered by a very talented writer. Nick Cutter s LITTLE HEAVEN is an intense experience, and one not to be missed! -- Robert McCammon, New York Times bestselling author of SWAN SONG"
A slow boil of unrelenting terror and inescapable consequences. Nick Cutter ups his game every time. Beautifully written menace drips from every page. -- Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author on LITTLE HEAVEN"
Lean and crisp and over-the-top....Disquieting, disturbing. -- SCOTT SMITH, author of The Ruins and A Simple Plan on THE TROOP"
Nick Cutter brings a bone-chilling spin to a classic horror scenario in THE TROOP. It's Lord of the Flies meets Night of the Creeps, and I enjoyed it immensely. -- Mira Grant, New York Times bestselling author on THE TROOP"
Nick Cutter pulls out all the stops in THE TROOP. This is a brilliant and deeply disturbing novel that you absolutely cannot put down. Highly recommended. -- Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Code Zero and Dead of Night on THE TROOP"
Nick Cutter s "Little Heaven "is a sprawling epic that can stand alongside the best of 80's King, Barker, and McCammon. It pits the coolest and most unlikely bounty hunters against an old time religious cult and the ickiest creation this side of John Carpenter s "The Thing." Fun, nasty, smart, and scary, and in all the right places. -- Paul Tremblay, acclaimed author of A Head Full of Ghosts"
THE TROOP scared the hell out of me, and I couldn't put it down. This is old-school horror at its best. Not for the faint-hearted, but for the rest of us sick puppies, it's a perfect gift for a winter night. -- STEPHEN KING on THE TROOP"