Yesterday's Darkness
Publisher : Darkness Series
Description
 In Carl Henegan’s first released novel he delivers a rollercoaster ride with dramatic perfection. Yesterday’s Darkness pulls you in and shakes your senses till you are hanging on every chapter. It will keep you hooked and guessing till you are obsessed with his suspenseful method of storytelling.

The opening scene finds bar owner Michael Andrews performing his normal duties working as the bouncer at his own establishment. After working for, then owning the Memphis bar for nearly seven years, nothing can surprise him. That was until he was confronted by the after effects of an event that occurred some fifteen years before.

When Mike realizes that the relentless repercussions of his past was not going away, he made a tough choice. With his life and his family’s life in jeopardy, for the first time ever he is introduced to real fear. It was represented in human form and walked into his bar, like yesterday’s darkness.


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In Carl Henegan’s debut novel he delivers a rollercoaster ride with dramatic perfection. Yesterday’s Darkness pulls you in and shakes your senses till you are hanging on every chapter. It will keep you hooked and guessing till you are obsessed with his suspenseful method of storytelling

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Praise and Reviews

Donna Fraser

The book was a great read. You kept the reader in suspense as each page is turned,the reader is waiting to see what takes place next in anticipation. I like the way the chapters go from scene-to-scene in order not bore the reader. The ending was a complete surprise for me which I think is fantastic. You wrote a very clever script to the story line...

Darlene Crase-Pitts
Finished the book today. It was great !! Looking forward to "many" more.

 

Tonya Ellis

I read after I got home at midnight last night, I had to make myself put the book down to go to bed. lol I am loving it too!



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Carl Henegan
Born and raised in Houston Texas, Carl Henegan had spent his early years writing poetry and short stories for self entertainment. With the encouragement of a high school English te More...