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Tom Fletcher has left the police force, and its cold outside. Working as a P.I. in Cambridge, he is dragged back into his own troubled family history by an enigmatic message from his missing father.

Tom's inquiries begin to spiral into very darker conspiracies. How is an American company involved in an officially-suppressed story from World War II? Where is the US Air Force base that seems to be the key to a centuries-old mystery? And who were the haunting, haunted sisters who played such a part in a drama that is still reaching out to claim Tom Fletcher?

©2008 Patrick Lennon; (P)2008 Oakhill Publishing Ltd

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"A richly imaginative follow-up to Lennon's debut novel Corn Dolls that could possibly turn Tom Fletcher into another Morse." (TimesOnline)

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  • Mary Ann
  • 11-06-09

Better than Ambien to fall asleep

If you suffer from insomnia this book is for you. it is boring,too long, the characters are many and insignificant to the plot.the readers monotone adds to he sleep value.For $60 one would think a book should be very good .This one is not .the plot goes from medieval time to modern without letting the listner know where the author is.I would recommend you do not waste your money or a credit on this one. This is a really bad book.

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