Trying to outrun his past and save his marriage, Tom is unwittingly drawn into a university experiment which has a hidden objective - Can you hypnotise someone to commit murder?
The experiment is led by the obsessive Bethany who has her own agenda and secrets that she will do anything to keep safe.
What Tom doesn’t realise is that the more involved he becomes in the experiment, the more he is putting himself and those he loves at risk. But it might be too late to turn back.
Irresistibly captivating, Hypnotic will make you realise that if you are going to run from your past, you need to keep looking behind you.
Sherry Hostler writes psychological thrillers about situations that any of us could find ourselves in, although hopefully not.
She likes to live life to the full and one of her favourite quotes is: "A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one." - George R R Martin
‘Hypnotic’ draws you in, building beautifully and cleverly with surprises. It’s written from two different perspectives, Tom and Bethany, both of whom have troubled histories. You get to know more about them and about the impact they have on each other’s lives. A story of revenge with a dramatic ending.
- S. Edwards