We are delighted to bring you the UK exclusive cover reveal for the third book in the brilliant Messy Man series by Chris Sorensen. As well as the reveal we are also able to offer the fiends of Kendall Reviews a chance to win signed copies of both The Nightmare Room and The Hungry Ones.
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First, there was THE NIGHTMARE ROOM.
Then THE HUNGRY ONES
Now Chris Sorensen returns with the chilling conclusion to The Messy Man Series
The Messy Man
(Exclusive UK Cover Reveal)
In the middle of a cold, Midwestern cornfield, an orphaned girl with remarkable abilities accidentally conjures a man from thin air.
The stranger is traumatized, his thoughts scattered.
The girl, Willa, is able to glean little about the man save for his name – Peter – and the fact that he doesn’t belong in her world.
Unbeknownst to the girl, her summoning has caught the attention of others with a vested interest in Peter’s fate…others both living and dead.
If Willa is to repair the damage she has done and return Peter home, she must fully embrace her gifts and plunge headlong into a hungry, grasping nightmare.
The Messy Man will be published May 2020 via Harmful Monkey Press
Chris Sorensen is a New Jersey based writer with a penchant for the bizarre. His novel The Nightmare Room is the Winner of the 2018 Indie Horror Book Awards, was named a “Fearsome First” by The Library Journal and found its way onto dozens of reviewers’ “Top 10 Horror Books of 2018”. His follow-up novel, The Hungry Ones, is garnering similar attention and praise. His middle-grade science fiction/fantasy book, The Mad Scientists of New Jersey, made him a favorite visitor at schools across the state. Chris penned The Roswell Project (sci-fi) for Windowlight Productions, Habblah: Classic Rock (horror) for Seymore Films, Double or Nothing (horror) for Level 10 TV, The Boy Smiles (horror) for Bora Bora Films and A Valentine for Bernie (drama) for Budosh Movies. He has had thirteen full-length plays produced by the Butte Theater and the Thin Air Theatre Company of Colorado. Chris is an original company member of The Present Company, producers of the NY Fringe. He has taught/directed at Cornell University, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, the Atlantic Theatre Company School and Interlochen. He is also an audiobook narrator with three AudioFile Earphones awards and over two hundred titles to his credit.
The Nightmare Room and The Hungry Ones
The Nightmare Room
New York audiobook narrator Peter Larson and his wife Hannah head to his hometown of Maple City to help Peter’s ailing father and to put a recent tragedy behind them. Though the small, Midwestern town seems the idyllic place to start afresh, Peter and Hannah will soon learn that evil currents flow beneath its surface.
They move into an old farmhouse on the outskirts of town—a house purchased by Peter’s father at auction and kept secret until now—and start to settle into their new life.
But as Peter sets up his recording studio in a small basement room, disturbing things begin to occur—mysterious voices haunt audio tracks, malevolent shadows creep about the house. And when an insidious presence emerges from the woodwork, Peter must face old demons in order to save his family and himself.
The Hungry Ones
At the outskirts of Maple City sits the Crossroads Motel, a throwback to the days when the motor lodge was king. Two years ago, the motel was the site of an act so brutal that its buildings were left to rot.
Jessie Voss, however, sees promise in the Crossroad’s bare-bones and buys it up, determined to breathe new life into the place.
When the Larson family shows up on her doorstep, road-weary and desperate for a break, Jessie offers them lodging, even though her grand opening is still a week away.
But the arrival of guests awakens the motel, and Jessie soon finds herself host to both the living and the dead.