Trial by Night by Ben Crofton

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When sinister dreams plague his sleep, overworked college senior Matthew Morris does his best to take it in stride . . . until his waking hours also become something out of a nightmare. Hideous faces appear in mirrors. Strange odors materialize and suddenly vanish. A shadowy figure lurks by his bedside at night.

Though the people closest to Matthew are convinced that psychiatrists and meds are exactly what he needs, Matthew refuses to accept that insanity lies at the root of his problems. Struggling against the increasingly horrific events that continue to assail him, Matthew resolves to find the cause of his recent misfortunes – or die trying.

About Ben Crofton

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Ben Crofton is a lifelong Chicago suburban native, and has been an avid writer since high school. What attracts Ben to horror? Mainly the fact that he has always found the genre to be highly entertaining. That is, after all, the whole reason Ben writes - for the enjoyment and entertainment of others (and also because of fact that if he didn't write, he'd probably lose his mind). In his spare time, Ben enjoys spending time with his family, working out, gardening, random home-improvement projects, gaming, reading, listening to (and, to a lesser extent, writing) music, volunteerism, and a host of other mismatched and potentially confounding activities.
Published May 25, 2011 by Ben Crofton. 241 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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