At an old wooden desk in a chilly sports hall, a teenage Chris Hollis first realised he wanted to write. The exam paper asked for a short scene about a person being chased. Chris ran over the word count.
Then he ran out of paper. Then he wrote on the back...
Many (enough) years later, he has developed a flavour for fast-paced fiction, and a sense of paranoia that has invited comparison to the likes of James Herbert, Kafka, and his main source of inspiration, H. G. Wells.
Other favourites include John Wyndham and the modern horror of Graham Masterton. Chris is presently working on three projects, all of which are thrillers. His debut novel, Subculture, is available now in electronic format.
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by Chris Hollis
Fast-paced, visceral thriller. Hooded terrorists wage war on a small UK city, and only four people stand between them and untold destruction.
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