Immersing readers in a panorama that stretches from Vermont to the tip of Cape Cod, Glass weaves together the lives of Kit, Jasper, Lucinda and ultimately, Fenno Mc Leod, the beloved protagonist of Three Junes (now in his sixties). When a young girl is discovered dead on an isolated Irish country road, it seems at first glance to be a simple hit and run.
An unforgettable novel about the youthful choices that steer our destinies, the necessity of forgiveness, and the surprisingly mutable meaning of family. Read by Julia Glass Download Request a Book The new forensic thriller from the international bestselling author of Taboo and Torn. Then the cops see the tattoo on her back – a pair of beautifully wrought angel wings that lend the victim a sense of ethereal innocence.
The trouble is, though, he does not know what else he is going to do with his life.
Ben, the only one in whom she confides plans, insists upon escorting her there.And so they escape together into a new world and a new life with new discoveries and challenges and possibilities—and new temptations.But the collapse of society and rise of fanatics result in Lauren’s followers being enslaved, and her daughter stolen from her.Now, Lauren must fight back to save the new world order.It does not help that her sister-in-law has recently come to live with her and has very strict ideas on what is proper—and improper—for a widow to do.
And the sister-in-law is fully backed by her autocratic father, who lives far away in the south of England but who nevertheless owns the house in which Samantha lives.
Then the angel tattoo is traced to other children – both dead and alive – who are similarly marked, and Reilly starts to suspect they have all been abducted by the same person. And will Reilly get to the bottom of the mystery and uncover what links these children together before tragedy strikes again?
’Casey Hill is in the business of creating old-fashioned mystery stories’ Irish Independent Praise for TORN:’An excellent follow-up…that rattles along at a break-neck pace.’ Irish Independent Download Request a Book An alien shuttle craft lands outside the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
he’s obviously been manipulating the evolution of life on each of these planets.
From this provocative launch point, Sawyer tells a fast-paced, morally and intellectually challenging SF story that just grows larger and larger in scope.
But it is another person who has kept the secret: Lucinda Burns, wife of a revered senior statesman and mother of Malachy (the journalist who died of AIDS in Glass’s first novel, Three Junes).