Hoi Polloi

Ready to spend your night shift with a psychopath?

How would you handle a fired employee with a gun? This psychological thriller keeps you guessing to the end.

Graveyard shift at Premium Sports Australia offers little excitement. No one stirs from their posts at the slumbering television station. Except Sam. A routine trip to the kitchen, finds him confronted by Jerome Smythe, a recently-fired employee. Their uneasy friendship sours as Smythe coerces Sam into joining him on a quest for vengeance. Fearful of what Smythe might do, he agrees.

What begins as anarchy soon develops into something far more sinister. Taking place during a single night, Hoi Polloi heightens the tension with each event. How far would you go to protect yourself - or others? If you've ever badmouthed one employee to another, this could be the outcome.

Publication Date: 
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Samuel Elliott

Elliott is a twenty-seven year old author, who divides his time between a uni degree, a job within the television industry and penning his next novel.

One of Elliott's novels, 'The Sisters of Satan' was published in 2011 and the second edition was published in 2012, a fantasy horror novel that is still available internationally.

Since then, Elliott has been published in MoviePilot, Blue Crow Magazine, Vertigo, The Independent, Pure Slush and The Southerly among others for a broad array of work.

Elliott also currently free-lances for The Australia Times.

'Hoi Polloi' is Elliott's first crime publication within his own country and set to be an entrant in the upcoming 2016 Ned Kelly Awards.

All excerpts of Elliott's work can be located at his author page: www.facebook.com/samuelelliottauthor