Trodds Lane

by Nick Roteman


ISBN: 9781783339334
  • Word Count96,612
  • Page Count304
  • IllustrationsNone

He hadn’t meant to kill Pete but the experience was exhilarating and sexually arousing. Nothing would come in the way of his pursuit of money not even his girlfriend’s son. She desperately needed a job and sex, through the library manager she hoped to find both. She was a pretty 23 years old, with large green eyes, long wild hair, and a quirky sense of fashion. Unfortunately being autistic meant she possessed little understanding of human behaviour and struggled daily in an alien world to communicate with her fellow man. She has few friends, so when Pete goes missing she searches desperately for him. Only she realises he is dead, but as the body count mounts she is unable to convince her friends or the police. He is a dangerous psychotic, ruthless but with a deadly secret he must kill to protect. She knows who he is, he knows who she is. Fighting to overcome her difficulties she must risk more than just her life to set a trap for him. The race is on.

About the Author

Although of Polish / Dutch extraction Nick was raised in England, and has written thrillers for many years. His modern thrillers are full of quirky characters in familiar locations, and his period dramas are exciting and well researched.