I’m thrilled to be able to reveal the cover for Night Shoot, the much-anticipated second novel from David Sodergren. His debut The Forgotten Island was a joy and featured in my best books of 2018 . Early Night Shoot reviews are reporting that David has struck gold again. Stay tuned to Kendall Reviews for a full review.
With artwork by Connor Leslie, the Night Shoot cover is, like the debut, gorgeous. I’m loving the consistency between the two covers giving a David Sodergren signature look.
Night Shoot is scheduled for release May 9th 2019 (Subject to change)
A group of desperate student filmmakers break into Crawford Manor for an unauthorised night shoot. They have no choice. Their lead actress has quit. They’re out of time. They’re out of money.
They’re out of luck.
For Crawford Manor has a past that won’t stay dead, and the crew are about to come face-to-face with the hideous secret that stalks the halls.
Will anyone survive…the NIGHT SHOOT?
A delirious homage to the slasher movies of the 1980s, Night Shoot delivers page after page of white-knuckle terror.
“Night Shoot is wildly entertaining. If you’re not laughing, you’re scared out of your mind. A final girl story people will be talking about for a long time.” – Sadie Hartmann (Mother Horror)
David Sodergren lives in Scotland with his wife Heather and his best friend, Boris the Pug. A lifelong devotee of horror, his second novel, Night Shoot, will be published May 9th 2019.
He has several more books in various stages of development.
You can follow David on Twitter @paperbacksnpugs
To find out more about David please visit his official website www.paperbacksandpugs.wordpress.com
Find David on Instagram here
KR: You can read what Kendall Reviews thought of David’s debut novel The Forgotten Island here
The Forgotten Island
When Ana Logan agrees to go on holiday to Thailand with her estranged sister Rachel, she hopes it will be a way for them to reconnect after years of drifting apart.
But now, stranded on a seemingly deserted island paradise with no radio and no food, reconciliation becomes a desperate fight for survival.
For when night falls on The Forgotten Island, the dark secrets of the jungle reveal themselves.
Something is watching them from the trees.
Combining the cosmic horrors of HP Lovecraft with the grimy sensibilities of the Video Nasties, The Forgotten Island is an outrageous old-school horror novel packed with mayhem and violence.