“SHE’S ALWAYS WATCHING.”
Having found the perfect flat, Matthew and Aimee settle into their new home with all the hopes of a young couple in love.
But something hideous resides within its walls.
Before long, curious incidents turn violent, and it becomes increasingly difficult for the sceptic Matthew to deny that an unholy ghost has descended upon his happy home.
Tormented by the wrath of this angry spirit, Matthew and Aimee’s relationship begins to crumble under the weight of their terror, and have no choice but to flee into the night, leaving their beloved flat behind.
But you can never run from your past…because dark secrets have a way of hunting you down.
“Once again, Jenkins has managed to move, surprise, and terrify all in one glorious novel.”
ANDREW MARMION – Author of Ghost Lady
Available on Amazon
“Superb and chilling!”
Five Star Review on Amazon By M. P. Jones
This is a little gem of a novel and a superb, fresh telling of a haunted house story. As its a fairly short novel its a proper little page turner and if you allow yourself to be immersed in it you find it to be really quite chilling. I felt really satisfied on conclusion of the novel and it’s left me wanting more. Well worth a read and beats a lot of ghost novels hands down!!
About the Author
Born in the small Welsh town of Llanelli, Steven began writing stories at the age of eight. His inspiration came from his love for ’80s horror movies, and novels by the late Richard Matheson.
During Steven’s teenage years, as well as being a black-belt kickboxer, he became a great lover of writing dark and twisted poems – six of which gained him publications with Poetry Now, Brownstone Books, and Strong Words.
At twenty-two, Steven started his own personal training business, teaching everything from fitness to self-defense. During that time he met his wife Vicky, who has supported him every step of the way.
Over the next few years, and after becoming a father to his beautiful daughter, Steven spent his free time writing short stories, gaining him further publication with Dark Moon Digest: an American horror magazine. His terrifying tales of the afterlife and zombies gained him positive reviews, particularly his story, Burning Ambition, which also came runner up in a Five-stop-story contest.
Finally, in 2013, after years of hard work and familiarising himself with the publishing industry, Steven got his debut novel, Burn The Dead, published by Black Bed Sheet Books, followed by Fourteen Days, published by Barking Rain Press (coming soon)
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