For Rye (Paperback)
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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 09/04/2021
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Renata Wakefield, a traumatised novelist on the brink of suicide, is drawn back to her childhood hometown following her mother's ritualistic murder. Before long, she becomes ensnared in the mysteries of Millbury Peak as one question lies heavy: Who killed Sylvia Wakefield? As the answer draws nearer, as madness continues to envelop the quaint country town, Renata will come to realise that the key to all this insanity lies with one man - the world's leading writer of horror fiction. His name is Quentin C. Rye, and he will guide her to the revelation that true madness lies within. Discovering that the darkness of her family's history runs deeper than she ever could have imagined, Renata Wakefield's eyes will finally be opened to one single, hideous truth, which will awaken a long-dormant evil.

Publisher: Burton Mayers Books
ISBN: 9781838345907
Number of pages: 288
Dimensions: 203 x 127 mm

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“A brilliant psychological thriller”

Though not my usual genre, I was drawn to this particular read, due to the hype surrounding it. Having read it, I can understand why. Masterfully written, Gavin Gardiner brings us his debut FOR RYE. This is one... More

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