Joe Richardson and Dai Williams are two small-time magazine writers searching for their first big scoop and begin investigating a bizarre spate of suicides across the sleepy seaside town of Knightsdale. But the deaths are disturbingly similar to the horrific nightmares that have plagued Joe all his life - uncomfortably real nightmares that mirror the seemingly unrelated deaths. As the mystery deepens and the death toll continues to rise, Joe soon discovers that even the brightest of places can hide the darkest and most terrifying of secrets. Sleepwalker is the second novel by Adam Lawrence for KGHH Publishing that will have you screaming and running from fear in your sleep. Waking will not save you.
- Paperback | 370 pages
- 133 x 203 x 21mm | 423g
- 28 Oct 2017
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Adam Lawrence
Adam Lawrence, is 32 years of age and lives in Croydon, though splits much of his time between London and Stoke-On-Trent. Adam decided he wanted to be a writer from an early age. From the age of eleven to be precise, after deciding he didn't like the endings of his favourite stories and set about writing his own. What started as comics grew into fully formed novels and many of the best ideas he created as a child are still used today. Although a fan of science fiction and fantasy all his life Adam spends most of his time writing horror stories, which he feels is his strongest work. After suffering nightmares as a child, he found writing about what frightened him helpful and an inspiration. He spent several years completing a degree in Computer Visualisation and Animation from Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication. With his great love of art and drawing Adam was lucky enough to work on a couple of computer games but now dedicates a lot of his time to writing. He signed for KGH Publishing in early 2016 and his first book Magic Box, strangely fantasy was published in the summer of that year. His second book Sleepwalker came out in the autumn of 2017 and more books, both horror and fantasy will follow soon. We at KGHH Publishing are so pleased to work with a talented author that we know will go places.