Glyn Evans’ death is clearly a tragic suicide. An open and shut case. And yet something about it feels off…
In a single day, Annie Evans’ life is blown to bits. It’s a huge mess and she desperately needs to escape from London. Her father’s died and she needs to go home. The place she’s been avoiding for years.
Jac Jones is back home too. Annie’s vowed to ghost him. Whatever possessed her parents to let this ex special forces soldier rent their farm? Is he playing her again?
For Sion Edwards, his old army buddy’s place is the perfect bolt hole. A safe place to hide from the people who want to make him pay for what he’s done.
And they won’t rest until he’s dead.
The detective is right. In this sleepy Welsh valley, not everything is as it seems…
If you are after a incredible debut novel then this one is for you, this story is set in Wales, which makes it feel more dramatic The story is about death,lies, trust and love, is Glyn’s death really a suicide? I felt as though it was like three stories jam packed into one story if that makes sense. When I wasn’t reading it, I was thinking about it, Twists at the end that I didn’t see coming. I look forward to continuing and reading book 2.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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