Wednesday, 3 May 2017

The Hours After Midnight - Joseph Hayes

A story of terror tuned to the relentless ticking of the clock


PAN BOOKS G458
FIRST PRINTING 1961
LONDON, UK
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN HARDBACK BY ANDRE DEUTSCH 1959
COVER ART BY "PEFF"

2.13 a.m....

'She's a pretty doll, Mr. Elgin.
You don't want nothing to happen to her...'
Then the phone went dead.

This new Joseph Hayes thriller races on with ever-mounting tension through minutes and hours of a single night. Flashing from parents tortured by fear for their daughter, to the girl herself alone with a devil obsessed, this is a novel of almost unbearable suspense.

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