Three murders.
One pissed off alarm clock.

This is a horror novel and first in a series featuring Detective Thomas Brooker. Brooker works in the city of Elm Harbor.

Before you buy make sure you understand what you are getting with this novel.

It's a short novel (around 100 pages or 24,000 words). If you found yourself in a literary society they might call it a novella. And then possibly snicker. But many of the best pieces of literature are novellas - for example Hemingway's "Old Man & The Sea" is a novella.

Or if you prefer horror - Stephen King's "The Body" (from which the movie "Stand By Me"was made) is a novella. King's best work is novellas (Shawshank, The Mist, etc).

And if it was a movie it would be Rated R for violence, language and sex.

But it's not all scares and blood and guts - it also has funny parts.

The plot was inspired by the fact that over the past decade I've spent alot of time in hotel rooms (when I was in consulting for one company, I spent more time in them than my own bed) and realized nobody uses hotel alarm clocks anymore.

And then well, I wondered what would happen if they got mad about this situation.

As a writer, I'm heavily influenced by the late Robert B. Parker (who created the Spenser for Hire series) and Stephen King.

I wrote the book to entertain and scare you.

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P.S. This book supports lending so you can share with friends and family per Kindle policy

P.P.S. This book is on the KDP Select program so if your are an Amazon Prime member you can get this book for free (per the Kindle Select program policy)