KM Kelly / The Sleepers

A time bomb is ticking—but what if that time bomb is you? A chilling novel of intrigue, terror, and one man and woman in a race against the clock . . .

Sylvie is running. Running from the memories of a terror attack in London she experienced as a child, an catastrophic event in which her brother died. Running from her abusive boyfriend. And running from a warning, given to her on a station platform in Nantes: Someone is trying to kill her.

Corran isn’t really Corran. He’s working deep undercover to infiltrate the political organisation that looks set to win the upcoming British election—a group that doesn’t appear to have existed a few years ago. Corran has been sent to find out who’s behind them and what their true agenda might be.

But he messes up. All he has is a list of names, Sylvie’s included. Only with time does he begin to see the connections. Are those on the list, who were caught up in the London terror attack ten years ago, now being systematically taken out? The hit list will force Corran and Sylvie into a reluctant partnership, and into the center of a looming threat that could explode at any moment . . .

Publisher: Bloodhound Books
Publication Date: April 26, 2022
ISBN: Coming soon.

Available for order: AMAZON UK | AMAZON US


KM Kelly was born in Scotland but grew up running wild in the woods and fields of East Devon. 

She has written numerous short stories which have been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies and was winner of the 2016 Yeovil Prize (short story).  She has now turned her hand to thrillers, always one of her favourite genres, and believes she has found her niche.

She lives in Dorset UK with her family and when she is not writing can be found exploring the remoter stretches of the Southwest Coast Path.

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