A ROOM FULL OF NIGHT
by TR Kenneth
March 2019 – Oceanview (US)
Stag Maguire, a burnt-out journalist hardly able to prop himself up in the wake of tragedy, agrees to help a friend move. In the process, they find a message—HELP ME—written on a piece of silk tacked behind a long-forgotten portrait.
The message from an address in Berlin is urgent, though it had to have been written pre-World War II. Curious, Stag and his friend begin to research the address and whomever might have written the message. They trace the address to an apartment, a sealed time capsule that has not been lived in since 1942. And one phone call to that apartment unleashes an evil long thought vanquished—powerful men ready to implement a nefarious plot.
Events begin to cascade without mercy, and Stag—a broken man from the Midwest—finds himself pitted against a vestige of the Third Reich, with potent forces to ensure the propagation of Heydrich’s infamous SD—the Nazi intelligence agency—in today’s world.
Will ordinary man Stag Maguire prevail in his lone stand against evil?
Born in the Midwest, TR Kenneth, a pen name, grew up in the Netherlands, Japan, and Washington, DC. She is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University, and an expert on the Third Reich and the history of genocide, in particular, the Holocaust. A ROOM FULL OF NIGHT is her first thriller novel.
“The tension ratchets up degree by degree, in a plot similar to speeding down a slalom course with all its speed, twists, and turns. A thriller reader’s delight from beginning to end.”―Steve Berry, New York Times best-selling author
“A ROOM FULL OF NIGHT is an entertaining, imaginative piece of fiction, filled with enough historical facts to make it seem it could actually be true.”―New York Journal of Books
“Tense, clever, almost funny finale. Recommended for anyone who enjoys creepy history chased with adventure.”―Booklist
“A ROOM FULL OF NIGHT is a simply riveting read from cover to cover and features more unexpected plot twists and turns than a Coney Island roller coaster!”―Midwest Book Review