By Jonathan Moore
In a riveting story of suspense and terror at the excessive seas, Bram Stoker Award nominee Jonathan Moore pits humans opposed to nature—and whatever some distance deadlier: one another.
Kelly Pratihari-Reid and her husband sail their yacht into Antarctic waters, pondering their gravest issues should be ice and storms—and their cracked marriage. A British lady shrieking throughout a short-range VHF frequency ends that phantasm. It’s coming, she screams. It observed us and it’s coming back! Her voice is drowned by way of a tide of signal-jamming static, and Kelly sees a objective at the radar monitor: a boat is coming for them.
hence starts an unforgettable cat-and-mouse online game throughout stormy polar seas and dire landfalls. Kelly’s pursuers will attempt her to the boundaries of her endurance—and past. For the send in her wake is crewed through pirates, with a tender chief informed to take advantage of the main sadistic tortures in pursuit of his final target . . . a objective as surprising because it is horrific.
Praise for Close Reach
“This is the type of horror that might make your center race.”—Examiner.com
“Mind-blowing . . . i began interpreting it and didn’t cease until I finished.”—Cabin Goddess
“A visceral edge-of-the-seat curler coaster ride.”—The Novel Pursuit
“A ebook that may attract crusing lovers, horror lovers or both!”—To learn or to not learn isn't a Question
“Pure adrenaline . . . certainly urged for enthusiasts of darkish thrillers.”—Pamelibrarian
“Set at the icy polar seas, bristling with suspense, Jonathan Moore’s Close Reach is as frightening and claustrophobic as any haunted condominium tale. The plot pitches and yaws with twist after twist, and through midpoint the reader is a goner. go away the lighting fixtures on, lock the doorways, feed the cats, this can be an impossible to resist page-turner of the 1st order. hugely recommended!”—Jay Bonansinga, New York Times bestselling co-author of The strolling useless: Fall of the Governor, half Two and writer of The Sinking of the Eastland
“Readers will want their sea legs for this highly stress-free, roller-coaster voyage of a unique. Close Reach is a brutal story of redemption and revenge with a heroine to root for at each stunning twist and switch. Jonathan Moore’s writing is as wealthy because it is uncooked and thrilling—and storms alongside at a breakneck speed that may depart you gasping for air.”—Frazer Lee, Bram Stoker Award–nominated writer of The Lamplighters, Panic Button, and The Jack within the Green