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Night Is Watching : A chilling and horrific crime tale that will haunt you... by [Cameron, Lucy]
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Night Is Watching : A chilling and horrific crime tale that will haunt you... Kindle Edition

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Length: 290 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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About the Author

Born in London and having lived in South Wales, Liverpool, York and Nottingham, Lucy currently lives in a shed in her Dad's garden in Scotland where she wears thermals for warmth and writes by candlelight.Lucy's interest in writing stems from her love of film and theatre and she is a keen script writer who hopes to see her plays onstage following her scriptwriting debut as part of the National Theatre Scotland's 'Five Minute Theatre Show' project in 2014.Lucy studied Fine Art at university which allowed her to get a glittering career in... food retail. Working sixty hours a week in retail management hampered Lucy's writing until a career-break took her to Scotland and the rest, as they say in history... Or should that be (crime) fiction?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 993 KB
  • Print Length: 290 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Caffeine Nights Publishing (6 April 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XCBKFS6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #299,598 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Cracking brutal horror thriller. Read in two sittings and stays with after you finish. Refreshing to see something different. Lucy Cameron is surely one to watch.
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I really enjoyed this book - a clever mix of crime and horror, and very thought provoking. A real 'page turner' - I just had to keep reading to find out what happens.
And 'what happens' certainly leaves you thinking.
A very well written book which I highly recommend.
Looking forward to the sequel already!
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I loved this book! Thrilling,chilling and brilliantly written. If you love twists turns and fantasy all rolled into one this is a must read ! Please Lucy Cameron tell me you're writing a sequel!! I am posting your book on my read,review and recommend group! One to watch guys!
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By Sue on 20 Jun. 2017
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Gripping and so well written....I want the next one!
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To start with, Night is Watching feels a bit like a crime thriller, but for me it definitely comes under the horror genre.

Rhys is very much out of his comfort zone. He usually investigates living people so when he gets put on a case involving dead people, he is really struggling. It affects him mentally which affects his home and work life.

Things start to get very dark and it’s very much like reading of someone losing their mind. Rhys’s wife as well as his work colleagues are really concerned about him. There’s only his young son that has any faith in him.

I was really interested in the killings and was dying to find out who was behind the murders. I liked Rhys but wanted to give him a good shake to sort himself out. It felt like he was very misunderstood and I wanted people to be able to understand him and see how he sees things.

Night Is Watching is a mess with your head read. There is plenty of horror and build up to the story with a satisfying ending. Definitely one for horror fans.

My thanks to the author for an advanced readers copy. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.
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This novel is extremely dark and definitely not one for the faint hearted! It opens straight into a crime scene, a crime scene of violent torture. With one murdered body and one life barely clinging on. Detective Sergeant Rhys Morgan has his work cut out for him. The murder is quickly linked to the ‘couple’s killer’ a series of local murders where the female is drained of her blood and the male beaten to death. With no evidence and no known links between previous victims, Rhys has little to go on but theories and speculation.
The characterisation is done very well. All the characters have depth in their background and there is a wide variety of them. It can very confusing at times due to the quick shift between various characters but that could also be down to my reading speed. In particular, the character of ‘vile little boy’ brought tears to my eyes. An abused child that never stood a chance in a ‘home’ where the father/step father character ‘strong hands’ is abusive in every fashion.
Detective Inspector Andrews is assisting on the case, whilst also trying to maintain and hide his own struggling mental health problems. When he suggests that the murders are linked to a Nosferatu, a demon form, due to the missing blood. The team consider him to be slipping into the abyss. This novel has huge themes of gothic horror and is definitely unique in it’s spin on crime fiction. What is Nosferatu? Why are the team so quick to dismiss a theory? Is Andrews really mad or spotting a theme in the murders?
There is some added background on Rhys and we learn his big sister Jenny disappeared at 14. I liked that this added to the drama of Rhys character and enabled throw backs to the past! The novel continues at break neck speed and intensity, with more and more violence and gothic horror. Hugely recommend for fans of that cross over genre.
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