The year is 1919 and the place New York City. A one-armed WWI veteran spends the night inside the mansion of a wealthy hoarder and lives to tell about it–from a room in Bellevue Hospital’s psychiatric ward.
Miles Trenowyth returns from the War to End All Wars a changed man, but soon resumes his career as a civil attorney. One of his clients, Noah Langley, is under threat of eviction from his boarded-up and booby-trapped four-story Harlem mansion stuffed to the ceilings with untold tons of bizarre “collections” that the hoarder has acquired over a lifetime.
Miles finds himself trapped inside the mansion, along with Noah and Miss Cora Buxton, a comely social worker intent on ministering to the hoarder, and over the course of one night, he confronts a brand of terror worse than anything faced on the battlefields of Europe . . .
Targeted Age Group: Adult
Book Price: $2.99
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I haven’t tried writing in genres other than suspense/thrillers. I read in other genres though.
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It’s harder than it looks and very time-consuming. Do it only if you can’t not do it.
Eric is a former police officer and federal government consultant. He is a summa cum laude graduate of the University of Texas at Tyler, where he majored in Psychology, and he has a graduate degree in Public Policy Studies from Duke University.
He was born in California, grew up in New England, and has since lived throughout the United States and a bit in Asia. He now lives in semi-rural Ohio with his wife, Seiko, a toddler son, Keith, and another child on the way.
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