London, early-1970s. In a city plagued by football violence, Republican bombings, blackouts and virulent racism, a new urban myth is taking hold. Among the broken down estates, crumbling squats and failed projects of a dying metropolis, whispered sightings of a malevolent figure nicknamed the Judderman are spreading. A manifestation of the sick psyche of a city, or something else?

About D.A. Northwood

D.A. Northwood was a writer of weird urban and landscape horror fiction in the tradition of C.L. Nolan. He was the author of numerous collections including What We Know So Far, The Commare and Other Pyschopathies and What Never Was. He disappeared from his flat in Tottenham in 1981 at the age of 38.