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Voices in Darkness by Susan Hepburn

Voices in Darkness

by Susan Hepburn

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It should be straightforward enough. Someone is needed to interview two spinster sisters in their nineties for a research project in Social History and Folklore. The best woman for the job is Dr Rhianna 'Anna' Summers but she is currently dealing with memories of her own after resigning her post, and takes some persuading to go back to research work. The prospect of handing over the Webb sisters to an unscrupulous academic rival, however, proves to be the spur that Anna needs. The Swiffords - a group of four related villages - are set in an isolated peninsula barely touched by tourism, where the only crime in recent years has been minor vandalism and burglary. Yet the very day Anna arrives, a spate of brutal - and seemingly random - murders starts to unfold, striking at the heart of village life and casting suspicion on incomer and local alike. As neighbour turns against neighbour, tension builds to breaking point. Working with the Misses Webb, Anna finds herself uncovering some carefully guarded and dangerous secrets. For in this quiet English backwater, evil lurks...

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The weekend Aaron Wheeler brings his girlfriend Suzanne home changes everything. Suzanne?s presence ignites long-brewing tensions between Aaron and his younger brother Jack, exacerbated by her attraction to Jack. The weekend ends in tragedy with Jack?s death. Lila, Aaron and Jack?s younger sister, is suddenly an only child - Jack is dead and Aaron has disappeared. The rest of her life is spent drifting, searching for her missing older brother. Jack?s death was an accident, so why can?t Aaron come home? Then finally Lila tracks down Aaron and discovers the truth. About Aaron, about Jack and Suzanne, and about the events of that long-ago night that changed her life forever.… (more)

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