Evil Lives in the Night: Two historical, suspense, noir novellas
Two great historical novellas that will keep you guessing.
In Jan Selbourne’s The Next Stop is Dead, a woman boards a city train one night and finds herself alone in the car with four strangers, all men. When she discovers one of them is dead, she has to find a way to exit the train and get help. Will she escape, or will the next stop be her final one?
In Anne Krist’s Missing, sisters Audra and Daina communicate using “twin language.” But how much difference will that make when Daina disappears? Can Audra find her sister before her abductor ends Daina’s life? Even with the help of an over-protective detective, saving her missing twin might not happen in time.
Both Jan and Anne are award-winning authors. This book is historical (set in the 1950s), and they share a particular characteristic. When readers note what the two stories share, they are entered to win an Amazon gift card–one for an American winner and another for an Australian pick. Contest ends July 21. See our website for details: https://nomadauhtors.com.