Thomas Emson one of the best modern horror writers—Pumpkin13, Amazon reviewer
If books could kill…
Rejected, reviled and ridiculed by publishers, would-be novelist Karen Davies one night excavates all of her fury and unleashes it on the page—creating a monster that proves to be a big hit with readers.
But her imagination is so powerful, it appears to have conjured up her paranormal killer for real.
And soon, the supernatural psycho begins a campaign of terror and vengeance on anyone who criticizes his creator’s work.
The more books Karen writes, the more bodies pile up—and the police seem incapable of solving the bloody murders and catching the unhinged avenger.
A short, sharp, shock of a novel from acclaimed horror author, Thomas Emson (Maneater, Skarlet, Zombie Britannica).
What readers say about Thomas Emson…
Thomas Emson is a terrific writer capable of visually stimulating and scaring the reader—Christa B Lucero, Amazon reviewer
Thomas Emson writes horror stories that will have you checking under your bed at night.(If not, hiding under it!) Every story has you sitting on the edge of your seat, scared to turn the page but wanting to do so to find out what happens—Vanessa Wright, Amazon reviewer
About the Author
Thomas Emson has published eight horror thrillers, including Maneater, the Vampire Trilogy (Skarlet, Krimson, and Kardinal) and Zombie Britannica. He’s also self-published The Trees And Other Stories on Amazon, as well as How To Write A Novel In 6 Months, a guide to helps aspiring authors achieve their writing goals. His latest book is the novella Ironbones.