I would like to thank the lovely Francesca Poggi, representing publisher Austin Macauley, for sending me a complimentary paperback copy of this thriller for review. With its intense sounding storyline and featuring an interesting and intriguing new fictional Detective, I am certain I shall have some excellent excerpts and extracts to share over the coming weeks, including a Guest Post, which author Zoe Beesley is preparing as we speak.
Standing in the dim light, with the clouds threatening to break over the hills, hopes of a fresh start are fast becoming a distant memory.
Death is a part of him. He can’t escape it.
The scene before him is haunting, beautiful somehow. The remnants of the day just gone still linger in the sky, offering a final breath of light before the corpse turns to black shadow and the landscape claims the soul of a broken man.
A textbook suicide.
The evidence is there in front of him. But as Toop digs deeper he finds himself caught in a web of buried truths.
Only one thing remains certain:
Not even the dead can keep their secrets.
Zoë Beesley was born and raised in Scotland, and now lives in New Zealand. She has a Master’s degree in International Relations and Arabic and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education. A Sinner’s Gift is her first novel, and a book that has been inspired by her love of the mountains and their secrets.
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