[Free eBook] Rapture by Thomas Tessier [Psychological Horror Suspense Thriller]

Rapture by Thomas Tessier, a two-time International Horror Guild Award recipient, is is his standalone psychological horror suspense thriller novel, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Venture imprint.

This was originally published in 1987 by Atheneum. This is a non-supernatural stalker suspense story focusing on psychological horror elements, starring a man who decides to revisit the past in the wake of his father’s death, and gradually becomes obsessed with the life of an old friend, in the process discovering the potential for evil which lurks inside himself.

Offered worldwide, available at Amazon.

Free for a limited time, available worldwide @ Amazon

Description
The Nightmare of a mind gone mad…

When Jeff Lisker’s father passes away, he finds himself returning to his hometown.

A successful Californian businessman, Jeff falls into the past, remembering his old friend Georgianne Slaton.

Unearthing old memories, he decides to seek her out, where she now lives in the suburbs with her husband and daughter. He visits the family, using the guise of his work to spend some time in Danbury. There he finds Georgianne happily married, much to his dismay.

Rekindling their friendship, Jeff soon finds himself obsessed with Georgianne, and is convinced she is meant to be with him.

Now he realises that he must possess her…

At whatever cost.

Rapture is a gripping horror thriller, perfect for fans of Stephen King and Mark Edwards.

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