Caffy Tyler believes she has well and truly left her old life behind her, in spite of her emotional and physical scars. Living in rural Kent, with a new job and new friends, she feels safe, and for the first time in her life happy. However a series of troubling events bring this brief feeling of contentment to a sharp halt. The combination of seeing a dead body through the window of a house she is painting, and then running into her drug-dealer ex-boyfriend shopping in her local supermarket throw Caffy’s life into disarray. Forced to assume a new identity, she discovers that there are more bizarre things going on than she had originally thought. Not only did the body she saw mysteriously disappear, but the police are being seriously unhelpful and, on top of that, she keeps seeing strangers wandering around the marsh in the middle of the night. Can it all be connected? Caffy needs to know who to trust. The man she once loved is now a police officer and seems unable (or perhaps that’s just unwilling?) to help her. And she beings to wonder if her new friends are as reliable as they seem. . .
|Publisher:||Allison & Busby, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||4.25(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.91(d)|
About the Author
Former college lecturer Judith Cutler has written some forty novels, mostly featuring strong women such as Fran Harman and Jane Cowan. From time to time they have been joined in their battle against crime by Tobias Campion, a shy 19th century clergyman. Judith has also written prizewinning short stories,
which have appeared in magazines and anthologies all over the world.