Dr Beth Nichols realised too late that she had made the biggest mistake of her life that night in May 2003 when she’d decided to walk home alone instead of taking Liam’s advice to wait for the night porter to escort her. She was tired after a late shift, but felt safe enough as her accommodation was a five minute walk away on hospital grounds. She’d given Liam a cheery wave and set off, having assured him that nobody would be about. She knew the car parks would be deserted at that time of night; she’d be fine and would be home in no time at all…
Part of this novel is written from Dr Nichols’ personal diaries, and also from exercise books found in January 2013 in a dug-out cellar at a property in Bingley Road, Woodside, South London, belonging to Edwin Michael Evans, Builder and Architect.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stevie started to write when she was about 11. However, she only started publishing novels in her fifties after living through many experiences, and finally finding the time to write about them when her children flew the nest. As from April 2015 she is a full time writer, enjoying the opportunity to create novels focusing on peculiar subjects which are not often written about.
Stevie has recently won a New Apple Book Award for 2014 in the Suspense/Thriller category for her third novel ‘A House Without Windows’. This book also won 5 star seals of approval from Nonnie Jules, President of the Rave Reviews Book Club, and from Readers’ Favorite. Her latest book ‘The Daughter-in-law Syndrome’ will be published in May 2015.
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