Andy had just got engaged to Ruth when she was involved in a road accident in Euston Square. It was pure coincidence that DS Julia Jacobson, with whom he had previously had an affair seven years... More > ago, came to inform him of the accident. Ruth later died of head injuries.
Julia and Andy Peyton were brought together by tragedy and twelve years later were murdered, also in tragic circumstances.
They were found by their eleven year old daughter who, with her clothes covered in their blood, ran for help.
After a police investigation, Graeme MacKenzie was convicted of the crimes’ by a jury who were convinced of his guilt by circumstantial evidence.
But is there more to be revealed about the circumstances of the murders and the people involved. Is there some evil force at play or is it just a case of retribution?< Less
The Williamson families have been resident in the village of Throgstanton in Hampshire for over 200 years. In that time they had built up their blacksmith business from scratch in 1805 to a workshop... More > which now employs several people.
But in October 2012, three families of Williamsons are almost wiped out by a person or persons unknown. In each case the wives of each family are missing.
Ex Detective Superintendent Jenny Sanderson has been called in as a consultant because of her years of experience in multiple murders. As her investigation proceeds she realises there are darker forces at work and that the reason for these murders is somehow rooted in the relationship James Williamson had with Jane Austen.
This relationship left her so distraught she stopped her writings for almost five years. But was the relationship the only reason?< Less