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The Basement Office

by E Sabbag

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I was intrigued by the title and the blurb. This is one of those stories that is difficult to place in a genre. It has a little bit of romance, a little bit of a thriller and a bit of paranormal. Not my normal type if read, but I was completely hooked and couldn't out it down until I found out what happened. I love the ending. A great twist. I highly recommend this book. I am now going to read Ms Sabbag's other books out of interest. A good read and a very good writer.
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Alan and Lisa Wilcox have it all. She’s a successful program manager and pregnant with the child they put off until their careers were solid. Alan has landed his dream job –he’s working from home as a consultant. More money, more creative freedom, and, best of all, separation from the petty tedium he endured in the corporate environment. They believe their dreams have finally come true, until deadlines loom and the freedom becomes isolation. When evil manifests itself in the basement office, Alan finds he has no one to turn to. Especially as he isn’t sure if the threat is real or just another aspect of the psychological hell he created for himself. Real or imagined, he has to find a way to overcome the evil that shares the basement or his sanctuary will become deadly.

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