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Bad Night in the Holding Cell

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June 1987: Simon Dawson is going to spend his first night ever in jail, in a cell with three strangers and something dragged from a flooded river. Fate always seems to deal Simon a losing hand, and things haven't changed. It's going to turn out to be a real bad night in the holding cell. A thriller from the author of Michael In Hell and The Bad Season.
Paperback, 130 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Ys Gazelle
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After he is charged with assault by his landlord, Simon Dawson turns himself in to the police. Simon's lawyer assures him that he will be out by morning. But when a flood raises a corpse, and that corpse gets tossed in the holding cell with Simon and his three cellmates, Simon will be lucky if he can make it through the night.
Dennis Latham's Bad Night In The Holding Cell is a fast, fun read, perfect for a stormy evening, or a sunny day at the beach, or… well, anywhere you want to be entertained
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Sep 06, 2011 J.T. Lewis rated it it was amazing
An unexpected surprise, this Novela kept the pages turning. Just when you think it can't get any worse for does! Definately a must read for horror/scify fans.
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