Author: Ella May
Genre: Psychological, Thriller
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The Excerpt …
Elowen has been left lying alone. A note reads, To whom it may concern,
This girl, here, is Elowen Brisban. She is twenty-four years old, twenty-five on December 7th. Elowen won’t harm you but her mental health issues will cause her to panic. She finds it very distressing to be in new places, and with new people it’s even harder for her.
Elowen’s issues are:
Borderline Personality Disorder traits
Elowen loves dancing, ice skating, reading and being outside.
I know this looks bad. Elowen was attacked, while defending herself. She really wouldn’t harm anyone.
Elowen lives with her brother, Jamie and her sister-in-law, Felicity. Her doctor is Dr Mass. He works at the Surrey Adult Mental Health centre. Detective Charlotte Tape has been out here before. She will know what to do and who to contact.
Please look after Elowen.
About the Book
A Mentally Unwell Sister
A Devoted Wife.
A Husband and Brother With A Secret.
A Psychopath Seeking Revenge.
Elowen has been attacked in her brother’s home. The aggressor’s body lies cold next to her.
In a secure psychiatric facility, on suspicion of murder, Elowen struggles to recall the attack. The police are quick to assume that she is guilty.
However, Elowen protests her innocence and begins revealing a series of dark, twisted secrets.
What really happened?
The author asked us to include these trigger warnings: This book contains mentions of suicide, psychotic episodes, self-harm, child-loss, sexual motive, abuse, drugs and crime.
About the Author
Ella May is a self-published author that lives with her Mum, Dad, Brother and her dog Mia in Cambridgeshire.
When she isn’t writing or spending time with her dog, she enjoys reading and going to the cinema. Her favourite genre to read is thriller, but she also loves literary fiction. Her film genre is a lot more diverse, and she will watch anything as long as it’s not horror! After suffering for years with her mental health, Ella is passionate about creating awareness and she says that writing has become a bit like therapy for her. She hopes that Disquiet will also create a wider understanding of more serious mental health issues and her biggest wish is that Disquiet might help someone feel less alone with their mental health.
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