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by Mick Ridgewell

Author: Mick Ridgewell
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Samhain Publishing (September 4, 2012)
Pages: 264 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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His headache had subsided to a dull throb. With an empty stomach and nature calling, it was time for a pitstop. With an empty stomach and nature calling, it was time for a pitstop s all the invitation he needed to get off the highway. He hadn’t even noticed that he was on empty until he pulled into a Mobil station. He filled the tank and paid at the window. You have a restroom I can use?. The clerk was watching a small TV and didn’t look up. He put a key attached to a long chain on the counter and pointed to the left side of the building

Последние твиты от Mick Ridgewell (ridgewell).

Последние твиты от Mick Ridgewell (ridgewell). Author of The Nightcrawler, Evil Never Dies and Evil Unleashed.

The Nightcrawler book. Ridgewell gives us two First off, let me say thank you to Glenn Rolfe for providing me with an ARC of The Nightcrawler. Previously published by the now defunct Samhain, Glenn will be reissuing The Nightcrawler this summer under his Alien Agenda imprint. While I appreciate having had the chance to read Mick Ridgewell's work, it pains me to say that this particular title just did not work for me at all. At it's core, The Nightcrawler has a simple premise - one that is, perhaps, almost too simple.

Wherever you run, he’s waiting for you! Scott Randall is a corporate VP on top of the world. To celebrate a massive new deal, he’s going to drive from Detroit to LA. But before he leaves, he makes a bad mistake. No matter how frantically he tries, Scott can’t escape his relentless pursuer. He thought he was going to LA. But the Nightcrawler has a very different destination in mind.

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Mick Ridgewell’s THE NIGHTCRAWLER is guaranteed to terrify I think e-books are the way of the future.

Mick Ridgewell’s THE NIGHTCRAWLER is guaranteed to terrify. He answered some questions for The Big Thrill. What sparked the idea for THE NIGHTCRAWLER? The Nightcrawler came to me while reading ON WRITING – A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King. I think e-books are the way of the future. If you love to read but are not a collector then e-books are perfect. They cost less, they don’t take up space in your house and you don’t have to go out to the bookstore to get a copy.

Mick Ridgewell’s The Nightcrawler starts out like two separate stories one featuring an antagonist the other a. .Well, Ridgewell smartly begins to put the little pieces into place that will tie things together.

Mick Ridgewell’s The Nightcrawler starts out like two separate stories one featuring an antagonist the other a protagonist and slowly begins to intersect into one hell of a ride. While it may be a slow start at the beginning the story quickly picks up the pace and will keep you guessing as to how it will end. I found it to be entertaining and a little different from what I have been reading lately so yeah, I think it is worth your time to check it out.

Wherever you run…he’s waiting for you!

 

Scott Randall is a corporate VP on top of the world. To celebrate a massive new deal, he’s going to drive from Detroit to LA. But before he leaves, he makes a bad mistake. He cruelly dismisses a homeless panhandler on the street. Along the road, he swears he sees the panhandler again.

 

Then again.

 

And again.

 

Soon he sees the man—who calls himself the Nightcrawler—even in his dreams. No matter how frantically he tries, Scott can’t escape his relentless pursuer. He thought he was going to LA. But the Nightcrawler has a very different destination in mind.