Publisher: Bloodhound Books (8th November 2016)
Wow, what an ending! I genuinely did not see that coming.
I have been a fan of Rob Sinclair since reading The Enemy series, so I was over the moon when Rob offered me an early copy of Dark Fragments!
Dark Fragments is completely different to The Enemy series, but equally gripping.
Ben Stephens seems like your average bloke. He is married to Gemma, with two children he adores, but I felt he was still grieving for his first wife, Alice, who had been murdered seven years previously. Her killer was never found.
We soon discover that he had, in fact, been having an affair with Gemma before Alice’s murder. Alice herself had been unfaithful too, so their relationship had been far from perfect. He had adored Alice though. He isn’t quite sure he’s ever felt the same about Gemma, but they are basically happy.
That is until Ben finds himself in debt to a dangerous criminal and his life starts to spiral out of control. His twin sister, Dani (a police detective), who he hasn’t been close to for years, is back on the scene asking questions he doesn’t want to answer and Ben soon becomes desperate to put his past behind him, once and for all.
I can’t say much more without giving too much away, but I was totally fascinated by Ben’s story and I almost felt sorry for him at times. Almost!
Brilliant writing from Rob Sinclair once again. Dark Fragments is fast paced and full of suspense with great characters, some more dodgy than others! Things do get quite violent at times, but this is to be expected considering the storyline. I was totally hooked and I’m sure any fan of a good psychological thriller would be. I highly recommend to all! I’m looking forward to whatever Rob writes next.
A big thank you to Rob Sinclair for my ARC.
Dark Fragments will be published on 8th November 2016. You can pre-order your copy HERE
Murder. Money. Revenge.
Outwardly, Ben Stephens appears to be a normal, hardworking family man. In reality his life has been in turmoil since the murder of his wife, Alice, seven years ago. The killer was never caught. Now remarried – to the woman he was having an affair with while still married to Alice – Ben’s life is once again spiraling out of control, and he’s become heavily indebted to an unscrupulous criminal who is baying for Ben’s blood.
When Ben’s estranged twin sister, a police detective, unexpectedly returns to his life, asking too many questions for comfort, it becomes clear that without action, Ben’s life will soon reach a crisis point from which there will be no return. In order to avoid falling further into the mire, Ben must examine the past if he is to survive the present – but just how much pressure can one man take before he breaks?
About the author:
Rob began writing in 2009 following a promise to his wife, an avid reader, that he could pen a ‘can’t put down’ thriller.
Rob’s first novel, Dance with the Enemy, was published in June 2014 and is the first in the Enemy Series following embattled intelligence agent Carl Logan. Rise of the Enemy, the second book in the series, was released in April 2015, with the third book, Hunt for the Enemy, being released in February 2016. The Enemy series has received widespread critical acclaim with many reviewers and readers having likened Rob’s work to authors at the very top of the genre, including Lee Child and Vince Flynn.
Rob worked for nearly 13 years for a global accounting firm after graduating from The University of Nottingham in 2002, specialising in forensic fraud investigations at both national and international levels. He now writes full time.
Originally from the North East of England, Rob has lived and worked in a number of fast paced cities, including New York, and is now settled in the West Midlands with his wife and young sons.
Rob’s website is http://www.robsinclairauthor.com and he can be followed on twitter at @rsinclairauthor
You will find all of Rob’s books on his Amazon author page, HERE
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