CLICK HERE for book ordering information, excerpt and reviews
'Cry the Night' is a crime fiction novel, a psychological thriller that takes the reader on a tour into a world of delusion and sexual darkness - in a story that delves into the mystery of insanity.
TERROR HAUNTS 'SURVIVORS'
It was an unexplored wilderness in a remote part of Australia.
The terrifying ordeal started as a weekend trip into the country. Four young men and one teenage girl. A sexy tease. Then the horrific discovery. Someone evil was among them.
Within the tomb-like hidden place, his most dreadful secrets remained safe.
Or so it seemed . . .
"This is a gripping page-turner," says Linda Eberharter, Atlantic Bridge
"Move aside Hannibal; this serial killer is about as crazy and ruthless as they come. At times he was so cruel it sent shivers up my spine." Paul Kellerman, reader review posted on Amazon.
"Chilling! The author uses a flowing narrative in depicting many sensational and frightening moments." Debi Staples, Publisher / Executive Editor of SynergEbooks.
"The prologue grabbed me. Psychological suspense fans will enjoy this riveting story." Tracy Farnsworth, Administrative Coordinator / Reviewer for The Romance Readers Connection.
"This is enthralling. It displays strong potential for adaptation to a movie or a television mini-series." Alan Halbish, Halbooks Publishing and Consulting Service.
The Australian Outback
CRY THE NIGHT explores the mind of a monster. Not a monster born, but one made that way by the madness of his own mother. Her twisted religiosity destroys her child and looses an evil upon a remote Queensland community.
Though more instinctual than cerebral, he inspires the same reluctant fascination as a Hannibal Lecter.
Jane Bowers, Romance Reviews Today.
In March 1981, the small town of Traviston, Australia changed forever. Somewhere in this small town, a killer roams free.
The prologue grabbed me. [Kirsty] was almost too sexually charged, and you just knew she would end up getting into trouble, but without her total disregard for innocence, the storyline just would not have been the same.
Lots of twists and turns bring the reader to incorrect guesses, and the ending does produce a bit of a shock. Psychological suspense fans will enjoy this riveting story where past and present collide and deliver some horrific events.
Tracy Farnsworth, The Romance Readers Connection.