The first in a darkly, disturbing occult horror trilogy. With over 700 reviews across amazon, this is very dark subject matter and not for the faint of heart. Sleep with the lights on!
Ruby is the most violently disturbed patient ever admitted to Drummersgate Asylum, high on the bleak moors of northern England. With no improvement after two years, Dr. Jack McGowan finally decides to take a risk and hypnotises her. With terrifying consequences.
A horrific dark force is now unleashed on the entire medical team, as each in turn attempts to unlock Ruby’s shocking and sinister past. Who is this girl? And how did she manage to survive such unimaginable evil? Set in a desolate ex-mining village, where secrets are tightly kept and intruders hounded out, their questions soon lead to a haunted mill, the heart of darkness…and The Father of Lies.
Sarah England is a fiction writer based in the UK. She trained as a nurse in Sheffield before working in medical sales & specialising in psychiatry (South Yorkshire) – a theme which carries into many of her stories. A prolific magazine writer she had hundreds of short stories and serials published all over the world before her first novel was published in 2013.
At the fore of Sarah’s body of work is the bestselling occult horror trilogy, ‘Father of Lies’. All three books in the series are now available in kindle, paperback or audio format, in addition to which there is kindle box-set. To date nearly 700 reviews have been written across amazon for this popular but chilling trilogy, with much more to come in the genre.
If you like short stories, ‘The Witching Hour’ is a collection of 20 previoiusly published thrillers, serials and tales with a twist.
Newly released is Sarah’s latest novel, ‘The Soprano’ – a haunting, supernatural thriller, out now in Kindle and papeback. Audio coming soon….