His parents try to protect him by moving the family to a dead-end road out of town, but their plan is short-lived when a mysterious old man who seems to have a history with Red’s mother comes knocking at their door.
“Lee Thompson knows his horror-noir. He fuses both genres together in the turmoil of terror, tragedy, blood, guilt, and lost chances at redemption.”–Tom Piccirilli, author of THE LAST KIND WORDS
Since early 2010 Lee Thompson has sold three novels and seven novellas to Delirium Books. His fiction has been described by the NY Times (not really) as Alfred Hitchcock directing the Twilight Zone. Or maybe it was the Twilight Zone directing Alfred Hitchcock. Either way, he’s short and fat and happy. You can visit his website but don’t be a stalker: http://leethompsonfiction.com