Flat Number 9

Devlin's flat reveals a secret: a journal that belonged to the woman who was here before. The turning of one page leads to another, leads to visions of a place and a power that permeates the complex in which he lives, calling into question the apparent innocence of its residents. Why did she leave? How did she leave? In his search for answers, he finds love, darkness and something far worse. More

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About C.G. Durrant

Colin lives in Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire with his wife and two daughters. He has never been one for taking centre stage and has always preferred to be the string-puller of his creations, operating in the background, allowing himself the guise of heroes and heroines...and on occasion, villains and monsters. Colin has been interested in writing for some time and has toiled away on his stories in one form or another, finding an escape between the pages of books, shaping his taste for the macabre. He loves reading Dean Koontz and Clive Barker during his spare time.
Modest and humble as a hamster, Colin has always found it easier to write about others fictitiously than to write about himself…err factitiously. By adopting the third person narrative, Colin understands the risk of developing dissociative identity disorder, leading to a Norman-Bates-Like existence that may or may not be conducive to the development of character structure in his fictional stories. Colin is a fantastic writer, and it is inevitable that he’ll one day rule the world through his writing…from his office in his motel.

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