It was published yesterday but wasn't listed until early this morning (UK time) so I haven't posted it until now. In any case, here's The Dead Room in ebook and paperback. As I've said before, I'm particularly proud of this one. If you enjoy it, you owe my wife some thanks as she was its first reader and convinced me I had something not too bad in my story.
Universal (hopefully) links below.
A week before Christmas, terrorists detonate dozens of dirty bombs
throughout Britain and release a man-made contagion, leading Nicola
Allen to begin a frantic hunt for her husband and daughter while a
Fleeing from a horrendous event she refuses to speak of
and desperate to find shelter in a dying country, Nicola's
sister-in-law, Cate, takes cover in a partly destroyed hospital.
Terrorised by visions of mutilated bodies and the screams of phantom
children, Cate joins a group of survivors, all of whom are under attack
by ruthless scavengers and looters.
If Nicola is to have any chance of
finding her family and if Cate is to escape from the siege, they must
reunite and then descend into the belly of the ruined hospital where the
horrific truth of what truly connects the two women is waiting for
Waiting for them down in the dead room.