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Memoirs of a Stalker

Memoirs of a Stalker (Paperback)

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Jack Raphael's life is in ruins. Every publisher in town has rejected his books, he's unemployed and, worst of all, the love of his life, Mills, has just broken his heart.Then, one dark day, he sees Mills - but she doesn't see him.Almost without meaning to, he follows her home, and, when the heavens open, he does something that will change his life forever. To escape the rain, he crawls into her house through a basement window.Comforted by his proximity to Mills, Jack stays, at first just for one night. But the next day he can't bring himself to leave,and so begins to develop a successful strategy for living unseen in the house.But the strain of his ghost-like existence quickly starts to takes its toll, and Jack can no longer resist the temptation to meddle with Mills's personal life. His wild jealousy drives him towards increasingly extreme actions, and soon it's only a matter of time before things go horribly wrong.An intense, poetic, and blackly comic thriller, MEMOIRS OF A STALKER is unlike any novel you will have read.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & ThrillersFiction & PoetryHorrorFiction & PoetryModern & contemporary fiction post c 1945Fiction & PoetryRomanceErotic Fiction Publisher: Silvertail Books Publication Date: 21/01/2016 ISBN-13: 9781909269354  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Thomas W. Hodgkinson is a book reviewer and travel writer, the author of the screenplays Memoirs of a Stalker (with Daisy Aitkens) and The Magnificent Kate Morgan, and the co-author with Hubert van den Bergh of How To Sound Cultured: Master the 250 Names that Intellectuals Love to Drop into Conversation. He is based in London, which means that that is where he lives.

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