The fair is in town, and a quiet young man leaves the house to see a girl. But it is only from the shadows he can watch her. She is out there enjoying the music and the bright lights. She is nothing like him.
What is it, then, that connects them? Is it the game she plays when she knows that he is watching? Or is it the darkness that resides in her as well?
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About the Author
Phil Redhead currently lives and works in Surrey, England. He has been employed variously as a delivery boy, a supermarket shelf-stacker, a vault supervisor, a salesman of DVDs, a foreign currency cashier, a factory machinist and a shipping clerk. His Little Streets Noir books are dark sex-and-violence dramas set in dead-end commuter towns. He writes about the lonely and the weak; the losers and the misfits and the ne'er-do-wells - the little people who walk the little streets.