Follow the amazing journey of Tracy Bennett, an average middle of the road girl working on a make-up counter in a York department store with her close female friends. Or is Tracy quite what she seems...
Kathleen Harryman's When Darkness Falls is a gripping account of a psychopathic killer. Written from the killer's perspective, the intent and desire is perfectly compelling and holds the reader enthralled. Make assumptions, draw your own conclusions and then find your theories debunked as the story unfolds. When Darkness Falls is a book that you will not be able to put down until the last page is turned, testament to the human fascination with the criminal mind and the debate over whether serial killers are either evil or mad.
Kathleen Harryman lives in York, with her husband and two daughters, and family dog and cat.
After attending writing groups, Kathleen was inspired to write her own book based around the city where she lives. Stories run through Kathleen's head whilst out walking the family dog. The miles disappear and are replaced with stories that are then brought to life in print. Writing is a natural part of Kathleen, and she enjoys watching the characters come to life.