[H]orror author, Lucy Cameron, will be at the Carlisle Waterstones store to sign copies of her debut novel, Night Is Watching on Saturday 16th September from 1pm.
The novel which has already been a number one best seller in the Amazon horror charts in Canada, as well as number 2 in the Amazon UK Horror chart.
“Seeing the book climb the charts and break the top ten in both countries was a thrill especially the UK chart. Finally achieving number 1 and two respectively in Canada and the UK meant so much, especially with my first book.” Lucy said.
Night is Watching is published in paperback and eBook formats and is available from all good bookstore and online.
Night Is Watching – synopsis
Couples are being slaughtered in their homes; women drained of blood, men violently beaten. There are no clues to track the killer, no explanation as to why an increasing amount of blood is being removed from the crime scenes.
Detective Sergeant Rhys Morgan is seconded to the ‘Couples Killer’ investigation. Tormented by vivid nightmares, he hasn’t slept soundly for weeks becoming convinced a creature from these nightmares poses a threat to him and his family. His behaviour becomes increasingly erratic causing his bosses to wonder if he’s the right man for the job.
As clues to the killer’s identity are uncovered, the line between what is real and what cannot be starts to blur and Rhys discovers the answer to catching the killer and exorcizing his own demons, may be as irrational as he fears.
About Lucy Cameron
Born in London and having lived in South Wales, Liverpool, York and Nottingham, Lucy currently lives in a shed in her Dad’s garden in Scotland where she wears thermals for warmth and writes by candlelight.
Lucy’s interest in writing stems from her love of film and theatre and she is a keen script writer who hopes to see her plays onstage following her scriptwriting debut as part of the National Theatre Scotland’s ‘Five Minute Theatre Show’ project in 2014.
Lucy studied Fine Art at university which allowed her to get a glittering career in… food retail. Working sixty hours a week in retail management hampered Lucy’s writing until a career-break took her to Scotland and the rest, as they say in history… Or should that be (crime) fiction?