“Dangerous liaisons and forbidden fruit are always good starting points for a good, tense horror novel.”
When 1970s housewife Sally Martin begins a torrid affair with the new, young mailman, she has no idea the nightmare she is about to land herself in.
Why We’re Excited About This Book:
Dangerous liaisons and forbidden fruit are always good starting points for a good, tense horror novel, and with Bates being likened to greats such as Stephen King and Joe Lansdale, this period genre offering sounds as tempting as the aforementioned liaisons.
The Mailman by Jeremy Bates is out on 11 August 2017 and is available from Amazon.
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