Flowers For The Dead

“A chillingly drawn serial killer. Will have you looking over your shoulder and under your bed… Original, gripping, with a deep psychological impact,” Sunday Mirror

“Enthralling, tense and moving,” Real People magazine

Adam Bourne is a serial killer who thinks he is a saviour. When he murders young women and cuts off their lips, he believes he has done it to make them happy.
How did he become warped from the sensitive four-year-old who adored his gran and the fairy tales she read to him? What turned him into a monster who stalks his victims? And what is he trying to say with the bouquets he sends?
When he meets Laura Weir, Adam weaves a fairy tale romance around them. A tale she has no idea she is part of. As he hatches his twisted plan for their fairy tale ending, can anyone stop him before he creates the ultimate sacrifice to love?

 Sins Of The Father 

The past returns to haunt Nick Randall when a celebrity biographer claims to have evidence of his late father’s involvement in a terrible crime. If it comes out, the tabloids will have a field day: Eddie Randall was a popular comedy actor in the 1960s. Nick goes in search of the truth and unexpectedly finds it impacts on a major insurance scam he is investigating. Then his estranged wife is found dead – and Nick realises that an unknown enemy is stalking him…

The acclaimed first thriller from author David Harrison, aka TOM BALE, author of SEE HOW THEY RUN

 A Perception Of Sin 

A Perception of Sin begins in modern-day London
with a suicide bomb attack aboard an underground train.
During the subsequent forensic investigation,
DNA taken from one of the victims will reveal a terrible secret.

This book traverses the horrors of Bergen-Belsen,
suicide and violent death as it explores the idea that
a true sense of sin is intrinsic to a moral existence,
yet is often malleable and slippery to grasp.

 Coast To Coast 

Best friends Angela and Min are separated when Min’s family moves away to the other side of the country. Sending cheery letters to help them through, they write about all the changes the move has created.

How will Min settle into life in a new town without Angela on the doorstep? Can Angela motivate herself to follow her dreams without the promise of cake? Who is the mysterious Monty? Just what is scaly leg?

This is a funny look at a lasting friendship that withstands the ups and downs of life, chickens, dogs and less than perfect families, from one coast to another.


Added to my Wish List….


Have you read any of the above?

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