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CHILLING NEW NOVEL TAKES READERS ON A HELL RIDE THROUGH NEW YORK CITY’S SUBWAY SYSTEM

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CHILLING NEW NOVEL TAKES READERS ON A HELL RIDE THROUGH NEW YORK CITY’S SUBWAY SYSTEM

“…a diversion from the clichéd thriller…delivers moments of sheer creepiness.” - Kirkus Reviews

Description: F.M. Kearney’s assignments took him all over town via subway, particularly through the dimly lit and sparsely populated stations that comprise the “real” New York City subway system – making it the perfect setting for his chilling new release, They Only Come Out at Night. With an opening chapter that readers won’t soon forget, the thriller tells a tale of terror that reigns deep beneath the streets of New York City. The subway system is plagued by a series of unsolved, bizarre and particularly gruesome murders. A young man is found in a Brooklyn station with his heart crudely ripped out of his chest. The headless body of a conductor is discovered inside the locked cab of a Number 6 train in lower Manhattan. Authorities blame these, as well as several other equally macabre crimes, on the city's growing, and increasingly aggressive homeless population. Melissa Manning, however, isn't buying that explanation. Having experienced a personal tragedy in the subway years ago, Melissa is definitely no stranger to the violence that can occur underground...but this is different. Not only can she feel the presence of an evil entity...she knows it's just a matter of time before it comes after her.

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Published on May 09, 2013

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