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Normandy 1946. In a remote village a young boy is left scarred by witnessing an act of horrific cruelty. Satanists destroy his innocence and set him on a path which plays out in decades later in London.
When Inspector John Wesley is handed a letter by private investigator David O’Hara, neither can foresee the sequence of events to follow, or the dangers they will face.
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Kindle Edition, 286 pages
Published September 20th 2011 by Mirador Publishing (first published September 5th 2011)
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I was born in Heston near Heathrow in 1956 where I lived until I was twenty-one. Since then i've spent most of my life living in Staines-upon-Thames.

My career has seen me work in Customer Service, HR and IT.

I'm now looking to become a full-time author following the release of my three Inspector Wesley novels.
A fourth Inspector Wesley novel is due for publication in Spring 2014.

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