‘The Man on the Middle Floor’ was published in paperback and as an eBook on the 12th April 2018 by RedDoor Publishing. I would like to thank the publisher for inviting me to take part in this blog tour. I have a competition for all of you to enter, but first lets find out what the book is about.
Lionel Shriver meets Mark Haddon in this break-out debut
Despite living in the same three-flat house in the suburbs of London, the residents are strangers to one another. The bottom floor is home to Tam, a recent ex-cop who spends his days drowning his sorrows in whisky. On the middle floor is Nick, a young man with Asperger’s who likes to stick to his schedules and routines. The top floor belongs to Karen, a doctor and researcher who has spent her life trying to understand the rising rates of autism. They have lived their lives separately, until now, when an unsolved murder and the man on the middle floor connect them all together. Told from three points of view, The Man on the Middle Floor is about disconnection in all its forms; sexual, physical, parental and emotional. It questions whether society is meeting the needs of the fast growing autistic section of society, or exacerbating it.
Thought-provoking and thrilling, The Man on the Middle Floor will leave readers talking.
‘The Man on the Middle Floor’ is available to buy from Amazon UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Man-Middle-Floor-Elizabeth-Moore/dp/1910453544/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
One very lucky winner has the chance to win a paperback copy of ‘The Man on the Middle Floor’. To enter just leave a comment telling me why you want to read this book.
Terms and Conditions
This competition is open to UK residents only.
The closing date is 11:59 p.m. on the 10th May 2018.
The winner will be randomly chosen and notified within 7 days of the closing date. Their details will be passed on to RedDoor Publishing who will send out the prize.
About Elizabeth S. Moore
Elizabeth S. Moore has worked as a journalist since she won the Decanter Young Wine Writer of the Year at seventeen. She has written columns and articles on restaurants, politics, South Africa and all things foodie. She comes from a family that has given her a lot of writing material and is currently finishing her second book, having written the first after completing the Faber Write a Novel course and being approached by fourteen agents after reading an excerpt of her novel to industry professionals. Elizabeth lives in London with her South African husband and has three daughters and a son as well as two lazy Labradors.
Website – https://elizabethsmoore.com/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/LizzyMoore19