Information received by Charlie Duffy points to a splinter group in London preparing to unleash mayhem, subsequently throwing Duffy into a world of intrigue and danger. Sergeant Charlie Price is thrust into an operation which opens old wounds and brings them into contact with a person from their past. Can a once strong friendship survive working together or will things prove too difficult as events begin to spiral out of control, both with regard to the past and present. The story moves between Belfast and London as events unfold in the present and memories from the past resurface. How much impact will the past have on both the present and the future?
A fantastic novel, that readers will find hard to put down. Does it have a twist, common to lots of novels about crime and investigations or will it simply shock the reader with the information it contains?
ISBN : 978-1-80074-076-1
Pages : 387
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
I am a married mother of three boys and I have spent the last thirty-four years working in law enforcement. I have an avid interest in history and have combined this with a newly-found skill with words. English was never my strongest subject at school yet the older I am, the easier writing has become. Shadows is my first novel and is set in a period of British history which I have found is often overlooked in the world of fiction.