Sure to please anyone that loves psychological thrillers.
Redemption by Wayne Sharrocks
This critically acclaimed psychological thriller from East Anglian novelist Wayne Sharrocks was nominated for The Guardian First Book Award, The McKitterick Prize and Channel 4's Richard & Judy's Book Club competition.
Book Description: A richly detailed and introspective psychological thriller.
Book Reviews: 'A tight, tension-building tale that provides both psychological insight as well as a thought-provoking read...' The Guardian
Wayne Sharrocks writes about the journey of a tormented soul, a lonely heart that seeks the company of another human being, a soul so delicate and sensitive that you have tears in your eyes as you witness how deep he sinks into a very emotional dark hole. It is a fantastic read! Spider's Web 'Zine
I found it to be a taut and gripping psychological thriller and a book I just could not put down. I am now eagerly awaiting the sequel. Diss Express
It is the most taut and gripping tale I have ever read. It's a fantastic, gothic, psychological thriller with the added bonus of a rather racy sex scene, which left me speechless. Bury Free Press
This story was a gripping, thoughtful and intelligent psychological thriller. An excellent read and up there with the likes of Ruth Rendell and Val McDermid... Bury Free Press 2006
From the Author: One for fans of psychological thrillers. Think Val McDermid with a sprinkling of gothic sensibility...
About the Author:
After attending college Wayne embarked on a career in animal welfare before returning to his passion for writing.
He now lives in the picturesque village of Blo Norton, situated on the Norfolk/Suffolk border, and is enjoying his new profession as an author of psychological thrillers.
In his spare time he enjoys art & design and is still a keen supporter of a number of animal welfare charities.
***Signed copies of Dominion, Redemption & Kismet by critically acclaimed local thriller-writer Wayne Sharrocks are available for Â£7.99 (each) from the Diss Publishing Bookshop & Cafe, 40 Mere Street, Diss. IP22 4AH
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