Today I am delighted to be part of the Blog Tour with a chapter one extract for Silence Between Breaths by Cath Staincliffe.
I’ve been behind with my reading and have not finished reading this book. But I have to say this extract had me picking up this book straight away. Dark and addictive this is one book I am excited to finish!
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Jeff pelted up the ramp towards Piccadilly station, dodging round all the people dragging suitcases or pushing buggies. He couldn’t miss this train. He couldn’t. His heart hammered in his chest, a pain there, so it hurt to breathe. He ran in through the automatic doors and up to the bank of electronic departure boards, forcing his eyes to slow down, to concentrate. London? London? London Euston? There! 10.35. Platform 7. On time. Shit! His eyes flew to the clock at the base of the screens. 10.32. No! It said on the website the doors closed two minutes before departure. He turned and raced to the gate. He could see the train, but the platform was empty. If he missed it now . . . The thought made him feel sick. No interview, no hope of a fresh start. And he’d be sanctioned
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