The House on Hanging Hill Lane: Darkness Creeps Closer:
A creepy horror novella involving a grieving teenager, scared
and alone as death and darkness creep closer.
There is more going on at Hanging Hill Lane than simple mass killings.
Daphne Locke, eighteen and alone, is back in her old childhood house as a sequence of brutal killings moves closer. Powerless policemen break down and cry, tortured by the most horrific crimes they have ever seen.
Murders are not the only darkness on the street. Creepy neighbours act impossibly. Dogged Jehovah’s Witnesses prophesy and stalk. Daphne wonders if she’s going mad, or if there truly is something real and insidious at play.
Perhaps the fresh grief of her mother’s death is testing her sanity. Perhaps her childhood night terrors were real. Perhaps rumours of the supernatural at Hanging Hill Lane were true all along. What a terrible time for a killer to come knocking.
About the Author
Philip Alexander Baker started his writing career as lyricist for British indie band Lemanis, which released two albums, Shell, and The Truth Behind the Push-Me-Pull-You. Life as a filmmaker and screenwriter followed, including writing the award-winning A Story for Happy, and producing the British crime drama films Killing Lionel and Card Dead.
The House on Hanging Hill Lane is his first book.
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