Book blurb:

Can two wrongs ever make a right?

The police never found fifteen-year-old Ellie Hutton. She vanished ten years ago after walking home from school along a disused railway track. But Danny Sheppard knows exactly what happened to her. She is dead and buried in a field near Lassiter’s Brook.

Now Cassie Rafferty has gone missing. Same age. Similar circumstances. And Danny also knows what has happened to her.

Can Danny fight his demons and tell the truth this time?

Or will history repeat itself and leave another innocent girl dead?

About the Author:
Mark lives in a small village in the lovely county of Cumbria, although his books are set in Oxfordshire where he was born and raised.

After serving in the Royal Navy and raising his two daughters after being widowed, Mark finally took the plunge and self-published two books on Amazon, The Revelation Room and The Eyes of the Accused.

He’s always had a keen interest in writing, and is extremely proud to have had six novels published by Bloodhound Books, including his most recent release, You Belong To Me.

When he’s not writing, Mark can be found trying and failing to master blues guitar, and taking walks around the beautiful county of Cumbria.

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My Thoughts

From the mind of Mark Tilbury. A mind that has brought you such amazing books that are all so different and some even warped.

This book was one that played with my emotions as there was no clear cut good guy or bad guy. Varying shades of grey or of evil if you want to go that route.

The characters I can’t say had any redeeming qualities however all were memorable in their own way.

It is a classic tale to me of jealousy and of revenge. One brother and his friends against the older more sadistic brother who is everything to the mother.

The book really sparked an emotional response of anger in me especially at all of the main characters. I wanted to reach through my kindle screen and smack them silly.

The old saying of nature vs nurture comes to mind in this book. The fact that each of these people seem to have a horrific environment that they have had to face and then face again after they thought they escaped. Kn this came nurture definitely shone through in the book.

This book really got me thinking and wondering what would happen to any of us in similar circumstances. All I can conclude is that this book touches on many principles of psychology.

Another amazing read from this author. I am looking forward to his next masterpiece.

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