Stand Alone Novels
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Thomas Young has no idea where he comes from. Found living on the streets and put into foster care, he dreamed of having a family of his own. Now a grown man, he has his much longed for family, but his life is tinged with sadness. His son, David, has leukaemia.
Tom starts to see messages written on park benches, tube trains, public toilets, telling him to 'go back'. One night, as he's driving home from the hospital, he hits a homeless man, Mack, with his car. Mack knows Tom from his childhood and tells Tom he was once part of London's underground homeless and his son's leukaemia is not all it seems.
In a desperate bid to save his son's life, Tom heads down into the miles of abandoned tubes lines and stations. But he quickly discovers there is something far more sinister than giant rats, drug addicts and fast trains down there. There is also something dark and shadowy, and it wants out...
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What starts as an adventure for Sasha Mills turns into a terrifying fight for survival...
Emotionally blackmailed by the cold-footed fiancé she hasn't seen in a year, Sasha abandons her life in London to track him down in Siem Reap, Cambodia, where he's teaching.
While in Bangkok, locals react strangely to her request to travel the following day, insisting it is a not a good day to travel. Ignoring the warnings, Sasha assumes some kind of bank holiday and offers a large amount of money, securing a seat on the solitary bus heading for Siem Reap.
Thrown together with a random group of international backpackers, including the handsome Josh, Sasha is no longer certain of what lies ahead as they cross the Cambodian border and the roads turn into dirt tracks.
Soon after, a storm like none she's ever witnessed before descends upon them. When one of their group disappears off the side of the road, Sasha realizes she has more than just the warnings of land mines to worry about.
One by one, the travelers lose their minds and their lives as they are plunged into the terrifying secrets of The Dark Road.
Marissa Farrar's first Women's Fiction novel. Available from Amazon for only $2.99!
Four women who have never met ...
Four lives inextricably joined ... Four friendships that will last forever ...
Named after Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, Amelia Thompson always thought life would have given her wings. Instead, she finds herself stuck at home with three small children, and a body she no longer recognises. Hoping to connect with like-minded people, she decides to reach out on a women’s forum to try to find others with whom to start a blog.
To her delight, she gets a response. Sara, a romance author whose elderly mother has just moved in with her. Kelly, whose husband only wants to spend time down the pub, and Charlotte, who is suffering from empty nest syndrome now her daughter has left home.
Told in the medium of their blog posts and emails to each other, The Sound of Crickets is a touching novel of friendship in the digital age.