A terrorized little girl, a writer stalked by his own nightmares, and a pair of secret-keeping detectives are the kindling for unstoppable audio suspense.
On a cold night in Texas, nine-year-old Sally Kyles wakes to her mother’s ghastly screams. Alone and afraid, she quickly realizes someone else is in the home and now, he knows she’s there too.
Budding Tampa writer, Jack Crumbwell, is the publishing world’s new kid on the block. While reeling from the success of his debut novel, he quickly discovers that some horrors are best left unwritten.
NYPD Detective Howard Fulton and his partner, Rebecca, are waging a war against an invading drug cartel. In the grip of real danger, trust is as valuable as life itself. It’s too bad they’re both keeping secrets from each other.
Three very different settings with equally diverse characters, but one dark secret will bring them all to the doorstep of their worst nightmare.
From the author of Harrowed Dreams enters an unputdownable thriller which will yank you into a dark, disturbing realm where the only light left on will be at your bedside.
Oh my goodness. What a great story. So many twists and turns. The story is full of deception, evil, and suspense. If you like a story that keeps you on the edge of your seat and longing to find out what happens next, then this is the story for you. Timothy, you are now on my favorite author list. Excellent job. - Susan
Waiting in the Night is a completely engrossing book with each chapter bringing to life a winding road of surprises. Timothy Moonlight captivates with a compelling plot and storyline with diverse characters of complex forces. Audio narrator, Brian Callanan, narrates with fervor and engages each character dynamically. - Valentina
The story was amazing. The development of the storyline and the characters was excellent. Plot twists kept me wanting to listen more and more and more. I walk my dogs each morning so to have a wonderful book that I can listen to as I do that was excellent. I would recommend this book to anyone. - Connie