The Last Night by Mark Dunn

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John Barron never felt at home in his own skin. Constantly moving from place to place, from job to job, he can never escape the nagging feeling that someone, or something, is coming for him, and that this predatory evil threatens all he holds most dear... Rose is a creature of the night, a brutal killer with no conscience who is propelled only by the need to survive. But now, suddenly, she sees in her dreams the face of a child, her baby, and her life is thrown into a chaos she never saw coming. What links these two damaged souls, and what will happen when their paths merge? The Last Night, the second novel from Mark P. Dunn, is a twisting ride through the darkest fears and brightest hopes of the human heart.

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Published April 15, 2016 by JournalStone. 287 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Big Thrill

On a personal level, my parents’ stories of nights huddled in the air raid shelter under Allied bombing after Italy’s surrender in 1943, were vivid enough to stimulate a lot of side plot action/parallel stories of several of my books.

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