"One the most heart racing, jaw-dropping novels that I have ever dared to finish." Crack Magazine.
This is a gripping, visceral, page turner of a book. The pace is frenetic, grabbing you from page one and doesn't let up. Rod Glenn is such an original voice in the horror genre - this novel is captivating, horrific, and one helluva ride. Don't forget to breathe!
A winter's tale with a sting.
There's a newcomer to the small Northumberland village of Haydon...a charming novelist and film buff, researching a crime thriller about a serial killer on a rampage in a remote Northumberland community. The only trouble is, it's a work in progress and it's going to be non-fiction.
392 men, women and children stand in his way to achieving a sadistic dream.
As the worst winter in more than a century approaches, can two investigating police officers trapped with the terrorised residents stop this monster?
Sinema is darkly imaginative. When I first read it, Bret Easton Ellis's black comedy American Psycho came to mind, but Sinema is a particularly English, and recognizable, perspective, which works very well. --Discovered Authors
Sinema is a compelling and disturbing novel and it is balanced with a hefty dose of dark, satirical humour which savours of The League of Gentlemen. --Melrose Books
The book is laced with its own brand of dark humour that won't fail to bring a smile to your face. "Sinema" is an exploration of pure evil, be prepared for a bumpy ride. --Remotegoat.co.uk.
A truly chilling novel. --Borders Books
About the Author: Rod Glen
Rod Glenn is from the north east of England and first published in 2006. He received critical acclaim and commercial success with his second novel, the dark contemporary thriller, Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre. Rod is a full member of the Society of Authors.
The King of America (2006)
Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre (2007)
The Pit and the Pilot in Byker Books (2008)
Paranoid in Radgepacket Vol.1 (2008)
The King of America: Epic Edition (2009)
The Killing Moon (2009)
P.O.W. Wartime Log of F/Sgt T D Glenn (2010) (Contributor)
Seahouses Slaughterhouse in Holiday of the Dead (2011)
Sinema 2: Sympathy for the Devil (2011)
For more information on Rod visit his website - www.rodglenn.com
Link to a previous interview - http://ruthjacobs.co.uk/2014/07/08/rod-glenn-author-interview/
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