"An intense tale reminiscent of classic works by Jack Ketchum or Stephen King" — Booklist
When dreams start bleeding into reality, a social worker is forced to face the mistakes of his past.
A serial killer has found a way to make his land of graveyards a sinister playground to be bent at his sadistic will.
The secrets behind August's eyes will bring two worlds together, and end in a cataclysm of pain and ruin.
FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
Glenn Rolfe is an author from the haunted woods of New England. He has studied Creative Writing at Southern New Hampshire University. He and his wife, Meghan, have three children, Ruby, Ramona, and Axl. He is grateful to be loved despite his weirdness.
"Rolfe is the real deal, folks, and anything he writes is well worth checking out."
– Gord Rollo, author of The Jigsaw Man and The Crucifixion Experiments
"An intense tale reminiscent of classic works by Jack Ketchum or Stephen King"
“August’s Eyes delivers in a relentless, unforgiving manner, proving the author pens his work without kid gloves and no apologies. If you have children of your own, be prepared for a parent’s worst nightmare.”
– Mystery & Suspense
“This is a world where dreams and reality converge, one that will make you highly suspicious of green vans.”
– Schizanthus Nerd
"It is a stimulating, gripping and chilling horror tale and I devoured it in three days."
'Glenn has easily become my favourite author and I hold no bars when I say he is the best dark fiction writer right now'
"There’s no denying that Rolfe’s writing here is the best it’s ever been. I’d recommend this to anybody."
– Steel Rain Reviews
"A book that’ll be a favorite of many readers this year, ‘August’s Eyes’ definitely delivered a fantastic read from start to finish."
– Steve Stred, Author of The Girl Who Hid in the Trees
"As a lover of dark fiction, I really enjoyed the ride that August's Eyes took me on.”
– Glamorous Book Gal
"I strongly urge horror fans to read Rolfe as he has his own unique voice within horror that always makes him a great read."