Allison M. Dickson’s STRINGS is now on preorder!

horror, psychological, crime fiction, suspense, psychosexual, Allison M. Dickson

STRINGS releases on 2/21/17!

Here at Local Hero Press we are always striving to find new ways to bring you better books, and we’re awfully proud of this one. Although Allison M. Dickson’s psychosexual thriller STRINGS has been previously published, we were excited to have the chance to acquire it. In fact, we created our new Local Hero Press Dark imprint just to have a place to stick titles geared more toward mature readers.

Here is the back cover blurb:

The Hooker.


The Madam.


The Driver.


All on a collision course to a place where madness holds sway.

After four years working in a New York brothel to pay off a debt to the mob, Nina is nearly paid up and ready to go home. She just needs to see one more client, a recluse who always pays a half-million in cash for a night with the brothel’s best girls, but this last trick soon becomes a battle for Nina’s soul.



Meanwhile, the brothel’s sadistic madam has been secretly hoarding money so she can move up in her family’s organization, and she’s depending on that windfall to tip the scales in her favor, but her driver Ramón has other ideas, making off with the money in a bid for his own freedom. The theft sets off a horrific chain of events for all three, testing their wills and changing them them forever.

Publisher’s Note: This is the second edition of this book, not a new tale. Watch for the sequel coming soon from Local Hero Press: Moon Gone Dark!

Strings is available for preorder now on Amazon, Smashwords, and very shortly from other online retailers as well. A new print edition is also forthcoming.

This is a second edition of the original book, with some slight changes. If you read the original, you probably won’t notice them. However, if you would like to support Allison and your friendly neighborhood micropress, the ebook will only set you back $2.99

horror, psychological, crime fiction, suspense, psychosexual, Allison M. Dickson