Profile: Louise Worthington

Louise Worthington’s writing is a blend of literary fiction and dark psychological fiction. Inspired by nature and gothic literature, her stories explore the darker side of the human heart.

Her horror works include Rosie Shadow (ghost horror, Black Tongue Series Book One), Dr, Glass (psychological horror, Glass Minds Series, Book One) and, forthcoming, Visited by Dreamscapes, gothic horror. Her short stories, flash fiction have been published in literary magazines including Tales from the Moonlit Path and Horla.

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Book I: Dr Glass


Clinical psychologist Dr Emma-Jane Glass falls for her captor when the roles of client and therapist are reversed in a psychologically layered story of revenge and grief. Is it a case of Stockholm Syndrome, or something else?

When Dr Emma-Jane Glass’ interview on local radio is deemed to be sympathetic towards a mother’s actions to kill herself and young child, Drew Rogers hatches a plan to teach the psychologist a thing or two about being a grief-stricken spouse left behind. Abducted and held captive in an empty property, Dr Glass swaps places in the psychologist’s chair.

Drew puts the motivation of his wife’s actions down to his extra-marital affairs, but then the sordid truth behind his family’s disappearance is revealed.

Hard-hitting and emotional, Dr Glass is the first novel in the Glass Minds Series from the author of Rachel’s Garden, The Entrepreneur, Willow Weeps and Rosie Shadow.

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