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Thunderstorm at Night

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Thunderstorm at Night by Eric Mackay is a riveting and atmospheric story that transports readers into the heart of a tumultuous thunderstorm. The author masterfully captures the intensity and power of the storm, making it feel as though readers are right there experiencing it alongside the characters.

The plot is engaging and keeps readers on the edge of their seats as they follow the characters through the chaos of the storm. The characters are well-developed and relatable, making it easy for readers to become invested in their fates.

One of the standout elements of Thunderstorm at Night is the vivid descriptions used throughout the book. The author's prose is poetic and immersive, painting a picture of the storm that is both beautiful and terrifying.

Overall, Thunderstorm at Night is a captivating read that will appeal to fans of suspenseful and atmospheric storytelling. Eric Mackay has created a gripping tale that will leave readers eagerly turning the pages until the very end.

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George Eric Mackay was an English minor poet, now remembered as the sponging half-brother of Marie Corelli, the best-selling novelist. Mackay and Corelli, born Mary Mackay, were the children of Charles Mackay, by different mothers. As a poet he is described as "execrable", and reliant on Corelli's promotion of his works. Mackay achieved some reputation in his time for Letters of a Violinist . It sold 35,000 copies; he repaid Corelli's efforts by implying he wrote her novels. - Summary by Wikipedia

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