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Tales From New York City - 1970 -1980
Sam North

New York

• The Samaritan on 32nd Street
Doing a favour can be pretty damn inconvenient. A Christmas story.
• New York Virgin

On a perfect day you’d call your friends about it, meet for coffee and laugh. But that’s the hard part living in a new city, making friends.
• Twenty-One - A New York Love Story
It can happen anytime, anywhere and it happened to me in Jamaica. I fell in love, only the object of my affliction told me that she lived in New York. She also foolishly said, ‘come and stay with me, come very soon.’
• Summer of '70
‘Take a picture, take a picture of the son of a bitch. I want a picture of that bastard jumping.’
The Day My Sister Came To Call
‘So he never mentioned to you that the air conditioner was broken?’

By Sam Hawksmoor & Sam North
Can you outrun a lethal pandemic?

Print & Kindle
Q&A interview with the authors here
A city gripped by fear. People are petrified of being thrown into quarantine. Best friends Kira and Liz once parted are scared they will never see each other again. Teen lovers, Chris and Rachel, prepare to escape to the islands. Can you get ahead of the virus?

Review from the First Edition:
'Beautiful, plausible, and sickeningly addictive, Another Place to Die: Endtime will terrify you, thrill you, and make you petrified of anyone who comes near you...' Roxy West - Amazon.co.uk

Another Place to Die

Magenta MAGENTA by Sam North (Kindle only)
A mysterious, tragic tale from the wilds of the Lincolnshire coast – a haunting story about father and his runaway daughter - discover MORE

See Magenta flee the fire to sleep under the stars
Meet Anya, the girl who reads objects
Find Mika, the wild boy who feeds the fishes
Discover Leon, the dead man searching for a daughter

‘Long after my tears dried, my heart stayed with Magenta, Starfish Boy and the strange girl who read objects.’ CT 

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