On Tenterhooks


Imagine that the person you love most in this world died in a sudden, horrible accident. Your spouse, your child, your parent, your sibling – gone in an instant with no chance at healing old wounds, no closure, no sweet words of comfort to aid their passing. What if you found a way to communicate with them one last time – a final chance to say goodbye. Would you take that chance? Of course you would. Eventually, we all would. But what happens when they respond back?

“Greever Williams has created well-developed and sympathetic characters to populate his compelling story. He combines equal parts drama and action to make a thought-provoking and fast-paced supernatural thriller…”

– Tom Pawlik, Award-Winning Author of Vanish and Valley of the Shadow 

“A gripping, spooky storyline surrounding well developed characters with whom the reader readily identifies and comes to care about. It is laced with passages and anecdotes that provoke self-reflection on personal values and what is truly important, in a setting concurrently optimistic and foreboding. It is an easy stretch to see this effort translated to the screen. I’m looking forward to subsequent efforts by this author.”

“It’s refreshing to find such well-written thriller fiction that manages to capture your heart and keep you on the edge of your seat at the same time…the climatic ending will have you rooting, squirming, and holding your breath until it’s over. Very unique plot, very solid writing. I am definitely waiting (no so) patiently for Williams’ next novel!”

“On Tenterhooks had me hooked from the first page. Being a scaredy cat to begin with I kept my reading to the mornings hours. The final pages had me glued to my chair on a Sunday morning for two hours anxious to see the outcome. Although there was a twist I didn’t expect I loved the ending and it certainly left itself open to a sequel.”

“I will be honest and admit that I’m a big chicken when it comes to books of this genre. However this experience really opened my eyes to how a story could be both haunting (do I want to read at night?) and engaging (I’ve got to read this at night, it’s the only “ME” time I have!) I did not want to put it down. When I finally did, it was with the hope that a sequel is in the making.”