Just After Sunset

Just After Sunset

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Just after sunset, as darkness grips the imagination, is the time when you feel the unexpected creep into the every day. As familiar journeys take a different turn, ordinary objects assume extraordinary powers. A blind intruder visits a dying man - and saves his life, with a kiss. A woman receives a phone call from her husband. Her late husband. In the emotional aftermath of her baby's sudden death, Emily starts running. And running. Her curiosity leads her right into the hands of a murderer ...and soon her legs are her only hope for survival. Enter a world of masterful suspense, dark comedy and thrilling twists which will keep you riveted from the first page. Enter the world of No. 1 bestseller Stephen King.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 560 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 34mm | 439.98g
  • Hodder & Stoughton General Division
  • Hodder Paperback
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • None
  • 1444723170
  • 9781444723175
  • 115,076

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Spooky, mysterious, gripping and satisfyingly scary Sunday Telegraph King has the ability to capture the reader's imagination from the first page of each tale with his clever and terrifying storytelling. It is impossible to put the book down Sunshow more

About Stephen King

STEPHEN KING is a master of the novella and short narrative form. As he describes it: 'A short story is like a kiss in the dark from a stranger.' King's novellas and stories are among his most popular and some have been turned into celebrated films including STAND BY ME and THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION.show more

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Spooky, mysterious, gripping and satisfyingly scary Sunday Telegraphshow more
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