The Unknown Lady

The Unknown Lady - A Short Story

Created on: Dec-28-2011   Last updated: Dec-28-2011


7.75"x5.75" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Storybook    Privacy: Everyone
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A family man is killed in a violent road rage attack, and the affect this event has upon his loved ones is chilling and surprising. Through different point-of-views and newspaper cuttings the story unfolds, revealing secrets and uncovering the true feelings of those affected by the tragedy and the circumstances that led to his death.

An intriguing, compelling read of murder, inner-torment and the ever-after told in an innovative, original style.

“Pretence was her destroyer. She was her own nemesis. And as the clock ticked - the length of a minute increased – she cried. Who was she? She no longer knew the truth and was no longer driving her own destiny. Days happen upon her and the nights fetch loneliness and distress.”

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Simon P Clark Simon P Clark
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Simon Clark was born on 9th August 1984, the youngest of three children, in Westminster, London. He has spent most of his life, where he now lives, in Bromley. Among Simon's writing credits are short stories, children's books and poetry. Simon has also written plays. His plays stem from his love of theatre, where he has spent much of his time. Acting professionally and at an amateur level in many productions, some of which he has directed. His other writing credits include erotic literature and lyrics.