"Caroline Hill was put into Bayshore mental institution as a teenager following a nervous breakdown. Her parents, "for your own good" decision, effectively destroyed the daughter they were trying to protect.
Nine years later Caroline is being released. Her parents are dead; no one waits outside to ease her transition. She has a room in a boarding house and a job washing dishes at a local diner. Caroline is free, but someone is killing women who looks like her. Now, Caroline is sure she's being stalked but who will believe her?
Caroline has a room of her own, a job, and her confidence is growing daily. She's starting to make friends and a life for herself. When she begins to feel eyes on her, see a strange yet familiar man watching her, hear footsteps following her, a voice whispering her name; she wonders if anyone will believe her.
The tension was palpable as I followed Caroline, Detective Tom O'Neal, Nurse Addison, and the killer through this taut thriller. Treated to an insider's view into the mind and life of each character, including the killer, makes them feel very real. Extremely well written and executed, Night Corridor is engrossing, creepy, disconcerting, and difficult to put down. If you like Hitchcock, Night Corridor should be right up your alley." ~ IvyD, Manic Readers, 4 Stars