In the previously published (Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine), "Shattered Crystal," an obessed admirer stalks and harasses a young mother. She begs the police to help her, but justice is just out of reach.
What do you do when the law cannot protect you? When someone can predate on your thoughts, your actions, and ultimately ruin your life?
In "Carnival Balloons," a neurotic actress finds the perfect stage role in a black arts Broadway production--but at what cost? Anyone who loves The Twilight Zone will love this story.
"Lil' Lamb," deals with forbidden love, murder and double-crossed greed in the heart of the Mojave Desert. Luce nails the atmosphere here of not-so-quiet desperation in the Mojave Desert. You can feel the tension in every word and action, and you know things will never be the same---it will only get worse.
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About the Author
Suspense novels: Night Stalker, Night Prey, Night Hunter, Night Passage, Night Game, Night Widow, and Night Cries.
In addition to five published novels, Carol's short story "Shattered Crystal" appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Magazine and Treadmill Tales (audio).
Nonfiction publications include two articles for Writer's Digest. One article, "Writing Suspense That'll Kill Your Readers," was recently reprinted (second edition): The Complete Handbook of Novel Writing 2010 (Writer's Digest Books).