Dying of thirst is the least of their worries...
The plane went down in less than a minute. One moment personal assistant Jane was staring out the window at the sprawling Mojave desert, the next she was squeezing her eyes shut and praying for a quick death.
Yet somehow Jane has miraculously survived the crash. Now, along with a nefarious Hollywood agent and a badly injured flight attendant, she must find her way out of the desert and back to safety before it’s too late.
With night falling fast, the trio stumble upon an abandoned ranch and are forced to take shelter. But Jane and the others are about to discover the ranch isn’t as abandoned as they think—and dehydration isn’t the only way to die in the desert…
A chilling short thriller by award-nominated Malcolm Richards, Prey for Night will have you on the very edge of your seat.
PLEASE NOTE: Prey for Night is a short read of 1-2 hours in length.
It keeps your heart racing
A short and intense story, you just wouldn’t put it down.
Survivors of a plane crash, little did they know that it wasn’t the most terrified experience in their journey.
A real page turner!
Malcolm has done it again! You will Not be able to put this one down. I could actually feel Jane push through her fear.
Malcolm Richards does know how to write a good, scary suspense story and this one is typical. I keep wanting to know what happens, but also want to just put it down so I can’t find out. No sugar-coating here, just good scary fun.