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Isolation

by: Neil Randall

When an office worker receives a photograph of a grisly murder scene, he thinks it’s a prank, not the start of a killing spree where he knows every victim.

Nigel Randolph, a solitary man suffering from mental health issues, is implicated in a macabre set of killings, drawn into a dark world of subterfuge and deception, which leaves him questioning his own sanity.

As the police investigation progresses, Randolph discovers evidence that he may have been experimented upon as a child during radical hypnotherapy sessions, and is now victim of a high-level cover-up.

Only if he can piece together what happened to him during the controversial psychiatric treatment of his youth, can he ever hope to find the truth.

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Author of Isolation and The Girl in the Empty RoomNovelist, short story writer and poet, Neil Randall was born in Norfolk, England, in 1975. A keen sportsman, Randall represented his county at football throughout his school and college years, and had trials with several leading English club sides. After attending an elite sport’s college, Randall went on to read law at the University of East London. During a gap year he travelled extensively across Central and Eastern Europe and into Russia, places which provide the backdrop for much of his early published work.He is heavily influenced by classic authors such as Hubert Selby Jnr, John Cheever and Raymond Carver as well as contemporary writers such as Haruki Murakami, Olga Grushin and Paul Auster.He wants to write bizarre compelling stories about normal everyday people and situations, where the reader doesn't know what's coming on the next page.His shorter fiction and poetry has been published in the United Kingdom, United States, Australia and Canada.Samples of his writing can be viewed at www.neilrandall.net and narandall.blogspot.com.
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Isolation 2017
Overview

When an office worker receives a photograph of a grisly murder scene, he thinks it’s a prank, not the start of a killing spree where he knows every victim.

Nigel Randolph, a solitary man suffering from mental health issues, is implicated in a macabre set of killings, drawn into a dark world of subterfuge and deception, which leaves him questioning his own sanity.

As the police investigation progresses, Randolph discovers evidence that he may have been experimented upon as a child during radical hypnotherapy sessions, and is now victim of a high-level cover-up.

Only if he can piece together what happened to him during the controversial psychiatric treatment of his youth, can he ever hope to find the truth.

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Publisher: Crooked Cat
Publish Date: 2017
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