September 23rd, 2018
Home | Log in! or Register

On Top Shelf
Fresh Fiction
Fresh Pick

Reviewer Application

New Books This Week

Latest Articles

Great new reads in September

Slideshow image

Since your web browser does not support JavaScript, here is a non-JavaScript version of the image slideshow:

slideshow image
She is the only woman worth fighting - or dying - for...

slideshow image
Being irresistible isnít all itís cracked up to be.

slideshow image
After unspeakable torment, he's back to claim his bride

slideshow image
Morgan Daneís new client has blood on her hands

slideshow image
With intelligence and wit, Kathy Lyons revolutionizes shifter romance

slideshow image
Another secret is revealed in Roseville...

The Inside Out Man
Fred Strydom

November 2017
On Sale: November 7, 2017
296 pages
ISBN: 1945863110
EAN: 9781945863110
Kindle: B06XWJJX36
Trade Size / e-Book
Add to Wish List

Thriller Psychological | Suspense

Bent is a jazz pianist living gig-to-gig in a dark city of dead-ends. With no family, and no friends, he has resigned himself to a life of quiet desolation. That is, until the night he meets the enigmatic Leonard Fry. After accepting an invitation to his countryside mansion, where Leonard resides on his own, Bent is offered a deal of Faustian proportions. ďThere is a room in this house. Thereís only one way in and one way out . . . Thereís one lock on the door, and only one key to that lock. Now, what Iím going to ask may seem strange to you. I donít necessarily need you to understand, but what I do need is for you to agree to help me.Ē Disillusioned with his life of excess, Leonard has decided to explore the final frontier of his existence, the margins of his mind, by locking himself in a small room in his mansion for a year. In exchange for Bentís assistance, everything Leonard owns will be Bentís for the duration of his self- imposed imprisonment. But there are two sides to every locked door. As the days go by, and Leonardís true intentions become clear, Bent will find himself venturing beyond the one terrifying boundary from which he canít be sure heíll ever return . . . the boundary of his own sanity.


No comments posted.

Registered users may leave comments.
Log in or register now!

© 2003-2018  all rights reserved Privacy Policy

Google+ Google+