Quotes from Amazon reviews:
‘shocking, unsettling, and creepy in equal measure’
‘Totally gripping from the first page to the last’
‘nothing is predictable’
‘the author also does a great job of keeping each story unique and interesting’
‘The stories grabbed me right away’
‘Think “The Twilight Zone” meets Alfred Hitchcock’
‘These were real page turners’
‘a raw and honest book about the outrageous and brutal side of life’
‘Exciting, each and every one’
‘Each of these stories had me getting more and more gripped as I read on with little twists to keep me on my toes’
Five contemporary thrillers to have you bolted to the edge of your seat.
The theme linking all of these visceral stories is bad people – their motivations, their victims, how they get their comeuppance, and how – just sometimes – they don’t.
In ‘A.B.C.’, a liaison between Shannon and Tyson is not quite what it seems. It all just has to go horribly wrong for one of them. But which one?
‘Desert Rat’ tells the story of Danny Freemont’s final business trip – his last chance to ‘see a little of the real country’. It quickly descends into a dry-throat nightmare where hope is in short supply.
In ‘Juked’, Neeta Shah’s healthy cycle trip takes a decidedly unhealthy turn, resulting in a cat and mouse battle of wits along the Pacific Highway.
‘Jack Slave’ is a tale of a bully who simply won’t seem to go away, and the drastic action that just has to be taken.
The final tale, ‘Crowe Ridge’, tells the story of how a person’s tainted history can come back to haunt them in the cruellest of ways.
Each story is around 50 pages long, and the collection is fully hyperlinked and bookmarked, with a short author’s afterword following each story.
(note: previously released under the pen name Ray Kingfisher)