Everyone in Britain fears fanatical religious extremists, they just never realised they might come out of the Church of England. It’s a new phenomenon, and Melia only finds out about it when a man with a gun arrives at her door. Having tackled that challenge, Amelia Hartliss then has to help her cousin Liv, who reports that her best friend has been imprisoned and it is a ‘miscarriage of injustice’. Melia promises to help, but what can she do? She’s being made redundant. It’s all happening!
About the Author
I was born in Bristol, which is in South West England, but now live near Manchester, which is in the North West. There’s plenty of inspiration for stories around here, with Manchester United Football Club just down the road and the new BBC offices in the other direction, near the old docks. You’ll find I like to put all these features into my books, but that’s just the background: my real interest is people, what happens with them and between them. After all, love makes the world go round.