"A long-overdue Close Encounters for the modern age, THE DARKEST TIME OF NIGHT is a top notch, scary and all-too-real debut with Hollywood written all over it. Thrilling speculative fiction at its finest. Finley is a talented new name to watch.”

J.T. Ellison, New York Times bestselling author

 

"THE DARKEST TIME OF NIGHT is a gripping and graceful thriller that conjures moody atmosphere and haunting circumstances into a rich read. Perfect for fans of the X-Files, Whitley Strieber, and Stranger Things, author Jeremy Finley delivers the goods in this compelling novel that will have you turning pages -- and turning up the lights."

Michael Koryta, New York Times bestselling author

"Strange disappearances, mysterious lights, flocking ladybugs, a single gravestone in the woods – Jeremy Finley weaves it all together into a delightful mystery with a sci-fi twist that makes the unbelievable seem totally plausible.  Fasten your seatbelt, lock your doors, and don’t go into the woods!"

Jennifer McMahon, New York Times bestselling author

"I can say without reservation that The Darkest Time of Night is an absolute must for anyone who has enjoyed The X-Files.  Even if you are not an X-Files devotee (and I am not), you will find yourself engrossed until the last page.  The Darkest Time of Night combines science fiction and mystery with family drama and wins on all fronts.  A compelling read."

 F. Paul Wilson, New York Times bestselling author

"The X-Files meets The Good Wife.  With a twisty surprise on every page, this seamlessly written and captivating thriller is edgy, unique and incredibly thought-provoking. Jeremy Finley is a star."

 Hank Phillippi Ryan, Agatha and Anthony Mary Higgins Clark Award winning author 

"From the first page, I was hooked on Jeremy Finley’s action-packed thriller.  Tension crackles, mysteries abound, and conspiracies escalate in this crisply-written and imaginative novel.  As the indomitable heroines (think Thelma and Louise) race against time and UFOs to find a missing child, Finley’s unerring sense of pacing and suspense will make you read far into the darkest time of night."

Ann Weisgarber, The Personal History of Rachel DuPree and The Promise