Jessica won’t stay dead. And when she comes for you, it’s already too late…. When old friends Al and Benny hit the town for their usual alcohol-fueled binge, things go wrong when Al insists on driving home. All the while, young Jessica is cycling along their dangerous route home. When the three collide, Jessica is left for dead and the men hide the evidence. But what happens when the dead don’t stay dead? Risen from beyond, driven by a vengeful rage and wielding an unnatural command over nature, Jessica leaves behind a relentless trail of suffering and destruction as she seeks out the two men responsible for the evil she became…. Redemption is supernatural horror at its finest and, just like Al and Benny, you won’t see the terror coming for you until it’s too late. From Bram Stoker Award-nominated author of Deep Within, Charles Day, and the acclaimed author of Shutter Speed, Mark Taylor!
About the Author
Bram Stoker Award®-nominated author Charles Day A.K.A, the evil Jester, is the Mentor Program Committee Chair for the Horror Writers Association and co-chair for their NY/Long Island chapter, member of the HWA library committee and a member of the New England Horror Writers Association. He's also a member of the American Library Association and the Yong Adult Services Library Association His biggest success to date is the recent sale of his first YA western horror trilogy "KYLE MCGERTT, DESTROYER OF THE INDIAN CURSES, BOOK ONE: THE HUNT FOR THE GHOULISH BARTENDER (Blood Bound Books, Spring 2013)He's written the Bram Stoker Award®-nominated YA novel, THE LEGEND OF THE PUMPKIN THIEF(Noble YA Publishers LLC,)He is the owner of Hidden Thoughts Press- Non fiction collections & Memoirs, Evil Jester Press and Evil Jester Comics. Mark Taylor is a writer from the South East of England. He has had dozens of flash titles, short stories and novellas published in presses, large and small, and his first novel, Shutter Speed is available now from Nocturnal Press Publications. For the most part his publications are horror. He writes twisted material in unsettling ways. His explorations of the mind have taken him from flash to novel and back again. He writes, edits and proofs.