A House Without Windows
Newly-pregnant Dr Beth Nichols is happily engaged to Liam Darrah, a fellow doctor. She has no idea she is being stalked by ex-patient Edwin Evans as she makes her way home one evening after a late shift at the hospital. After being anaesthetised she wakes up in Edwin's basement, held against her will, and eventually gives birth there without medical help. However, Beth tries to stay positive, and somehow knows that Liam will still be out there searching for her. Every night she looks up at the light bulb that is never switched off, and prays that one day they will be together again. This Romance/Suspense story is written from different perspectives; from Beth's 9 year old daughter Amy, born in captivity, from Beth herself, unwillingly pregnant again years later with Edwin's baby, from Liam and Edwin, and 16 years later from Joss, Beth and Edwin's son.
- Paperback | 162 pages
- 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 312.98g
- 20 Feb 2014
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Stevie Turner
I began my writing career as far back as 1969, when I won an inter-schools' writing competition after submitting a well-thumbed and hastily scribbled essay entitled 'My Pet'. A love of words and writing short stories and poems has carried on all throughout my life, but it is only now in middle age that I'm starting to take this writing business seriously. I have recently published my ninth book 'Revenge'. My novels tend to shy away from the mainstream somewhat and focus on the darker side of relationships, but you'll find I do like to add in a little bit of humour along the way! So here I am in the late summer of my life, and the words are tumbling out of my head. Living for more than a few years has given me plenty of experiences to write about, and I look forward to sharing quite a lot of them with you. I'm proud to announce that as of late 2014, A House Without Windows has earned a 5-star seal of approval from Nonnie Jules' Rave Reviews Book Club, and also the Readers' Favorite 5 star seal, and flits constantly in and out of the Amazon UK and US top 100 Kindle ebooks(paid) in the Fiction/Crime/Kidnapping sections. In January 2015 it won the Goodreads' eBookMiner Book of the Month Competition.