ebook / winter 2019 | paperback / january 2020
I am the reason girls are told not to trust strangers. I am their cautionary tale.
Nineteen years ago Linn Wilson was attacked. Seventeen-years-old and home alone, she’d been waiting for her friends to arrive when she heard the doorbell ring. But when she opened the door, Linn let in her worst nightmare. The culprit was never found.
It was someone I knew. I am going to find out who did this to me.
Now, Linn is determined to get to the bottom of the night that changed her life forever. Returning to the village where she grew up, she knows that someone must know something. The claustrophobia and isolation of small town living means secrets won’t remain secrets for long…
A wonderfully tense and gripping suspense thriller that will have you hooked! Perfect for fans of D.K Hood’s Detective Kane and Alton series and Sheryl Browne.
Love them Both
coming April 2020
C K Williams has lived in the United States, Canada, Australia and Paris and is a regular visitor to the UK, both North and South. When not teaching creative writing at Bonn University, Williams loves to cook (and bake) as well as to research obscure British laws pertaining to all the possibilities of placing deadly mantraps on one’s property. On the side, CK Williams is tying up a couple of postgraduate degrees and likes to direct Shakespeare plays. Winner of the European Academies’ Prize for Short Fiction and contributor to Alluvium and 42 Magazine. Meet me on facebook!