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WHEN ALL THE WORLD SLEEPS

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by Lisa Henry and J.A Rock

Daniel is terrified of going to sleep. And rightly so: he sleepwalks, with no awareness or memory of his actions. Including burning down Kenny Cooper’s house – with Kenny inside it – after Kenny brutally beat him for being gay.
Back in the tiny town of Logan after serving his prison sentence, Daniel isolates himself in a cabin in the woods and chains himself to his bed at night. Like the rest of Logan, local cop Joe Belman doesn’t believe Daniel’s absurd defence. But when Bel saves Daniel from a retaliatory fire, he discovers that Daniel might not be what everyone thinks.

358 pages, paperback

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Author Lisa Henry and J.A Rock
Publishers Riptide
Year of Publication 2014

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WHEN ALL THE WORLD SLEEPS
Lisa Henry and J.A Rock

Daniel Whitlock is terrified of going to sleep. And rightly so: he sleepwalks, with no awareness or memory of his actions. Including burning down Kenny Cooper’s house – with Kenny inside it – after Kenny brutally beat him for being gay. Back in the tiny town of Logan after serving his prison sentence, Daniel isolates himself in a cabin in the woods and chains himself to his bed at night. Like the rest of Logan, local cop Joe Belman doesn’t believe Daniel’s absurd defence. But when Bel saves Daniel from a retaliatory fire, he discovers that Daniel might not be what everyone thinks. Bel agrees to control Daniel at night – for the sake of the other townsfolk. Yet as he’s drawn further into Daniel’s dark world, Bel finds that he likes being in charge. And submitting to Bel gives Daniel the only peace he’s ever known.

358 pages, paperback

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WHEN ALL THE WORLD SLEEPS

WHEN ALL THE WORLD SLEEPS

by Lisa Henry and J.A Rock

Daniel is terrified of going to sleep. And rightly so: he sleepwalks, with no awareness or memory of his actions. Including burning down Kenny Cooper’s house – with Kenny inside it – after Kenny brutally beat him for being gay.
Back in the tiny town of Logan after serving his prison sentence, Daniel isolates himself in a cabin in the woods and chains himself to his bed at night. Like the rest of Logan, local cop Joe Belman doesn’t believe Daniel’s absurd defence. But when Bel saves Daniel from a retaliatory fire, he discovers that Daniel might not be what everyone thinks.

358 pages, paperback