"A terrifying read that will keep you up well after your bedtime." ★★★★★-Self-Publishing Review
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“The wages of sin is DEATH.”
This is the chilling message a band of thieves find during a midnight heist gone horrifyingly wrong. Trapped by a horde of faceless vigilantes, the crooks see an opportunity to escape when they discover the entrance to a vast, abandoned Cold War nuclear bunker. But the crooks' apparent salvation turns out to be only the start of a journey into the blackest hell. The vigilantes knew of the bunker all along, and now, trapped within the sprawling underground complex, the hunted criminals one by one fall victim to a systematic campaign of stalking, gruesome traps and bloody vengeance.
For reformed thief Kim Sawyer – blackmailed back into the business – it’s going to be the longest night of her life. Faced with ghosts from her criminal past, unless somewhere in the dark she finds courage and redemption, there’s little chance she'll see daylight again…
EXIT is a nail-biting, tension and violence-filled novel that follows in the bloody footprints of classic urban suspense thrillers like “The Warriors” and “Assault on Precinct 13”.
Pray there's another way out.
“This isn’t just a horror and action novel. It’s a top-notch psychological thriller. His ability of making the reader feel the fears, desires and thoughts for each of the thieves makes this a difficult book to put down. The pages fly by and the number no longer matters. All that does matter is finding out what happens next… a well-written, fast-paced thriller that will haunt you after you finish.” —Self-Publishing Review
“…richly imagined, and its characters are fun to follow—even into deadly catacombs.”—Kirkus Reviews