Considered the greatest work by novelist Lawrence Miles, "Dead Romance" now returns, after four years of being out-of-print, as a re-release from Mad Norwegian Press. In addition, this volume contains rare short stories by Miles."Dead Romance" contains the diaries of Christine Summerfield, a 23-year-old cocaine user in London who encounters a time traveler named Christopher Cwej. Together with Cwej, Christine comes to discover a mind-bending secret about London and the whole of Earth, engages in a desperate game of rock-scissors-paper against an unspeakable Horror that almost defies definition, and chronicles precisely how the world came to end on October 12, 1970. In addition, this re-release of "Dead Romance" also features rare back-up stories, written by Miles and presently only available in out-of-print, frightfully expensive works. Specifically, this re-release contains the short stories "Toy Story" and "Grass," plus an original essay by Miles on the mechanics of his Faction Paradox universe.