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Suspense Book Description

Amazon #1 Bestseller

A terrorized little girl, a writer stalked by his own nightmares, and a pair of secret-keeping detectives are the kindling for page-burning suspense.

On a cold night in Texas, nine-year-old Sally Kyles wakes to her mother’s ghastly screams. Alone and afraid, she quickly realizes someone else is in the home and now, he knows she’s there too.

Budding Tampa writer, Jack Crumbwell, is the publishing world’s new kid on the block. While reeling from the success of his debut novel, he quickly discovers that some horrors are best left unwritten.

NYPD Detective Howard Fulton and his partner Rebecca are waging war against an invading drug cartel. In the grip of real danger, trust is as valuable as life itself. It’s too bad they’re both keeping secrets from each other.

Three very different settings with equally diverse characters, but one dark secret will bring them all to the doorstep of their worst nightmare.

From the author of Harrowed Dreams enters an unputdownable thriller which will yank you into a dark, disturbing realm where the only light left on will be at your bedside.

Waiting in the Night is a suspense book that hit #1 on the Amazon Bestseller list in multiple categories.

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Spoiler-Free Reviews

If you enjoy books with suspense and multiple twists, you will not be able to put this mystery aside. Intrigue and suspense keeps you turning the pages thinking you might have the mystery solved, only to read on and find out it is not at all what you thought. As you read you are drawn into the characters and into their lives, wondering what makes them the way they are and keeps you wondering what will become of them. Enjoy the book as you scour through the pages trying to shed light on the mysteries that unfold.

Lanita

An intense and suspense-filled book that keeps you glued to the pages and jumping around the turns. A really good book.

Rowan

I really enjoyed Waiting in the Night. There were twist and turns. It kept me reading to see how this was all going to come together. The ending was not what I saw coming. From someone who reads a lot of mysteries it was enjoyable to have to read to the end before I found out the conclusion. Well put together.

L Devereoux

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