Darcy Daniel Releases Suspenseful Thriller 'The Devils' Cradle'

On Australia's island state, more than one species of Tasmanian Devil exists...

Beneath the surface of Nina Holt's perfect marriage lurks a life of terror inflicted upon her by her politically powerful husband Michael and his brother Greg, a sadistic detective. For over a decade they have managed to keep Nina imprisoned, using her to satisfy their every whim.

Worse still, the only light in her life-her 9-year-old son, Sam-considers Michael a hero. When Sam imitates Michael's violence by lashing out at her, Nina knows it's time for both of them to escape before Sam truly turns into the monster Michael is grooming him to become.

After crashing her car in her haste to escape, kind motorist Case Herder offers her help. Unaware that he has his own plans for her, Nina accepts, igniting a deadly game of cat and mouse as they flee across Tasmania with Sam.

As Michael and Greg relentlessly hunt them down to Cradle Mountain, Nina finds herself with nowhere left to run. Cornered, she has no choice but to face evil head-on.

"The Devils' Cradle" is available in both print and ebook format.

Book Information:
The Devils' Cradle
Author: Darcy Daniel
Publisher: N L Lamont
ISBN: 978-0992400408
Published: January 2014
Pages: 478
Genre: Thriller, Suspense

About The Author:
Darcy Daniel loved reading from an early age and fell in love with many genres, but was drawn most of all to thrillers and romances, leaving her elated when she won the Charter Oak Golden Acorn Excellence in Writing contest for Best Contemporary Series Romance.

She lives on acreage in a cottage with her family and energetic dog. With friends and family close by, she enjoys country life in the picturesque, small historic town of Windsor in Sydney, Australia.

For more information, review copies, or interviews please contact:

Darcy Daniel
Website: http://www.darcydaniel.com
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