Walking After Midnight

Genre: Suspense Thrillers

For Fans Of

Stieg Larsson, Robert Bryndza, Angela Marsons, Rachel Abbott, Peter Straub, Stephen King

Book Summary

Some roads should not be walked alone...

It's a slow night at Hap's Truck Stop & Diner, and for struggling waitress Norma it's another night spent away from her young daughter. Far from the nearest town and with no Internet access to pass the time, her only company is her elderly boss Jean.

But the quiet is about to be shattered. When a horribly injured man stumbles in from the road, Norma and Jean have only minutes to save his life. With the phone lines mysteriously down and the nearest hospital out of reach, the women may be fighting a losing battle.

After a second stranger appears, it's suddenly clear that nothing is as it seems. If the injured man was in an accident, where is his car? And why does the stranger insist he knows Jean when she's certain they've never met?

As Norma sets off for help, what began as a quiet night will end with pulse-pounding terror in this gripping and twist-filled suspense thriller that will keep you guessing until its final page.

Walking After Midnight is a novella of about 70 pages.

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About the Author

Cornish born Malcolm Richards is the author of the Emily Swanson mystery thriller series, which centres on a troubled young teacher seeking to rectify the mistakes of her past while becoming embroiled in present day mysteries.

After studying creative writing at degree level at Middlesex University, UK, he went on to work as a literacy teacher, a therapeutic teacher of children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, and as a teacher of creative writing. He has also worked as a freelance copywriter and scriptwriter.

When not writing, Malcolm enjoys composing and producing music, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, and spending more and more time in the countryside.

He lives and writes in South East London.

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