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What would you do if you were suddenly reminded of something you witnessed as a child, but had only just realised the terrible significance of what you saw?

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When Cerys Morgan, a beautiful young student, vanished from a crowded beach in Cornwall while camping with friends during the heatwave summer of 1976 it triggered the largest police operation of its kind at the time. Hundreds of locals joined the search and it made the headlines for weeks, but no trace of her was ever found.

Thirty-four years later Emily Harrison is suddenly reminded of something she witnessed as a young child. Only then does she realise the awful significance of what she saw. The trouble is, even her own parents didn't believe her at the time, so who will believe her now?

Haunted by her memories Emily becomes obsessed. As the heartbreaking story of Cerys unfolds, she soon realises only she knows the answer. Even when she receives sinister threats - and her contented life rapidly disintegrates around her - she will stop at nothing to find out the truth and get closure for Cerys’ elderly parents.


What really did happen on her sixth birthday? 

I'm Going to Find You

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ISBN : 9781800465268                                               eISBN : 9781800466432

Work in

Book No. 2

Such a Shame (Working Title)

Book two can be read independently or as a follow-on to book one.


Currently the idea is as follows but this is constantly evolving!

It's 2012 - with all the buzz and excitement of the London Olympics -  and Emily is finally rebuilding her life after the repercussions of events in Cornwall two years earlier when she inadvertently becomes embroiled in a terrifying, and murderous, web of deceit. It is set in North Devon, in and around the small market town of Great Torrington and neighbouring village Weare Giffard.