One Tuesday, Early

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Product Details
Price
$17.99
Publisher
Vine Leaves Press
Publish Date
Pages
226
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.57 inches | 0.53 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9783988320599

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About the Author
Annalisa Crawford lives in beautiful Cornwall, in the UK, with a good supply of beaches and moorland right on her doorstep to keep her inspired. She writes dark contemporary fiction with a hint of paranormal. These are mostly character-driven stories dealing with the confusion, deceit, surprise and joys of life. She is fascinated by the things people hide from each other. Over the years, Crawford has won several competitions, had many short stories published in small press journals and online. Highlights include winning 3rd prize in the Costa Short Story Award 2015, winning a Silver Medal in the Wishing Shelf Book Awards 2023, and being shortlisted for the Rubery Book Award 2023. She is the author of five short story and novella collections, and two novels, with plenty more to come. Visit Annalisa: annalisacrawford.com
Reviews

"An intriguing and haunting story about a woman, a man, and a decades-old mystery." Alison Moore, author of The Retreat

"A spooky and impossible situation that steals up on you until you're questioning your own life choices." Roz Morris, author of Ever Rest

"In this fresh twist on the empty world scenario, Lexi wakes up in a world where she is totally alone. In parallel, her boyfriend wakes to find she has inexplicably vanished. And thus their lives go on. As the characters explore, fight and try to understand their situations, we see how they have built them with their own actions, and that we - the readers - might easily find ourselves in lives that are not as we intended. From its beguiling opening to its heart-stopping conclusion, One Tuesday, Early gently leads us into a world both familiar and nightmarish. Eerie, atmospheric and immediately gripping, there's as much delight to be found in what's held back as there is in what's revealed. Told in gorgeous prose, Lexi and Finn's story twists and confounds, always defying expectation, and always a joy to read." Charlie Carroll, author of The Lip