I raced through this nasty little psychological thriller from Paul J Teague! The pages virtually turned themselves while I did my best to hold on and enjoy the ride.
Poor Rosie, what a time of it she has had – how fortunate for her that her job has remained open… What lovely new friends she has made at work – with the exception of deliciously creepy Mr HR Manager of course.
Really can’t praise this enough, fabulous escapism at its finest with a fast pace, intriguing storyline and an unpredictable ending.
Blurb: An unsettling psychological thriller with a chilling twist…
A shattered life. A tortured mind. A return to work that becomes a living hell …
When Rosie Taylor returns to work after a long recovery from a tragic accident, she can’t believe how much things have changed for the worse.
Not only is there a new HR guy in charge, everybody’s fighting to keep their job and there are some new recruits with very unusual habits.
Rosie needs this job.
Social services are threatening to take her child, she’s struggling to recover from mental illness and if she doesn’t bring some money in fast, she’ll lose the house.
But somebody at work has got it in for her and she’s struggling to hang on to what’s left of her shattered life.
Two Years After is an unsettling psychological thriller which will have you looking over your shoulder next time you go to work.
Paul Teague writes thrillers, sci-fi and non-fiction books.
Writing as Paul J. Teague, he is the author of the Don’t Tell Meg and Morecambe Bay trilogies as well as several standalones such as Dead of Night, Now You See Her (with Adam Nicholls) and So Many Lies.
Paul is a former teacher, DJ, waiter and BBC radio producer, presenter and journalist.
Thriller website: https://paulteague.co.uk/