Night Is Watching - Lucy Cameron (Paperback)

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Couples are being slaughtered in their homes; women drained of blood, men violently beaten. There are no clues to track the killer, no explanation as to why an increasing amount of blood is being removed from the crime scenes.

Product Details

Barcode
9781910720431
Department
Books
Released
6 Apr 2017
Supply Source
UK

Book

Author
Lucy Cameron
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Caffeine Nights Publishing
Number of Pages
240
Dimensions
198 x 129 x 18mm

Summary

Couples are being slaughtered in their homes; women drained of blood, menviolently beaten. There are no clues to track the killer, no explanation as to why anincreasing amount of blood is being removed from the crime scenes.Detective Sergeant Rhys Morgan is seconded to the ‘Couples Killer’ investigation.Tormented by vivid nightmares, he hasn’t slept soundly for weeks becomingconvinced a creature from these nightmares poses a threat to him and his family. Hisbehaviour becomes increasingly erratic causing his bosses to wonder if he’s the rightman for the job.As clues to the killer’s identity are uncovered, the line between what is real andwhat cannot be starts to blur and Rhys discovers the answer to catching the killerand exorcizing his own demons, may be as irrational as he fears.

Fiction

General Subject
Horror
BIC Classification 1
Horror & ghost stories
Readership
General (US: Trade)

Inside Flap

Couples are being slaughtered in their homes; women drained of blood, menviolently beaten. There are no clues to track the killer, no explanation as to why anincreasing amount of blood is being removed from the crime scenes.Detective Sergeant Rhys Morgan is seconded to the ‘Couples Killer’ investigation.Tormented by vivid nightmares, he hasn’t slept soundly for weeks becomingconvinced a creature from these nightmares poses a threat to him and his family. Hisbehaviour becomes increasingly erratic causing his bosses to wonder if he’s the rightman for the job.As clues to the killer’s identity are uncovered, the line between what is real andwhat cannot be starts to blur and Rhys discovers the answer to catching the killerand exorcizing his own demons, may be as irrational as he fears.