“It's a tale that will keep them wondering, gasping, thinking, smiling, grimacing, rereading. What more can a reader ask for?"Spinetingler Magazine
”I wouldn't have stopped reading if my house was on fire!” Cas Peace
"Right on time," Daniel Mansen mouths to Alice as she pushes him to his death. Haunted by these words, Alice becomes obsessed with discovering how a man she didn't know could predict her actions. On the day of the funeral, Daniel's cousin, Thom, finds a piece of paper in Daniel's room detailing the exact time and place of his death.
Ellipsis is a disturbing thriller stemming from what is left unsaid, what bounces around in the mind and evaporates when trying to remember. Can there be a conclusion when no-one seems to know the truth?
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Alice anymore arms Aunty Val bedsit begins blood body breath Chapter cheek chest close curls Daniel dark death Doctor Rosey doesn’t know don’t think don’t want door drawer Ellipsis Emma everything eyes face fingers floor front grabs guess hair hand happened hasn’t haven’t he’d he’s head hear hold hospital hurt I’m sorry I’ve imagine inside instantly jumps kiss knew leans leave legs lips lock looks Michael Michael holds millimetre mind mouth move nods notebook okay perhaps pulls push realise remember Richard Sarah scarf scream seems shakes should’ve sitting skin smell smile someone sorry standing stares stop sure talking tears There’s things Thom asks Thom feels Thom knows Thom says Thom thinks Thom wonders Thom’s thought told touch train Tray trying turns understand Val’s waiting What’s whispers white hole woman won’t words would’ve wouldn’t You’re