1913. A strange crime is committed in the Wakenhyrst manor.
A prestigious figure in the area of Suffolk is driven insane. During a strange fit, he commits murder. He spends the rest of his life in an asylum. Nobody knows what has lead to this tragic incident.
Fifty years later, his daughter and only witness to this tragedy, is finally ready to tell her story. And it’s a story no one can easily believe. Continue reading “Wakenhyrst”
Simon hadn’t seen his daughter in months.
An addict, she has ran away with Aaron Corval, the man who hooked her on drugs. So, when Simon gets a glimpse of her again, he’s sure he can convince her to come home. But a confrontation with her boyfriend will lead to Simon assaulting him.
This is were things get complicated
Weeks later, the police find the body of brutally murdered Aaron Corval. To the eyes of the police, Simon is the primary suspect. But to Simon, there are worse things that come with the news: his daughter is still missing, and no one is even looking for her. Continue reading “Run Away”
Nadia’s new life as an immigrant in Brooklyn is hard.
Juggling two jobs, one as a nanny for a privileged and spoiled family, and one as a senior home attendant, she gets through every day keeping one thing in mind: she has to bring her daughter to the USA. Continue reading “Mother Country”
Wishes are hard to find
And when you get hold of one, think carefully of how you will use it. Rabbit is lucky. It can wish for whatever it wants. But rabbit wants to know what its friends would do.
So, off Rabbit goes, asking its friends, and all of them have very beautiful dreams. Rabbit wants them to have their dreams come true- but what if there’s no wish left for its own use? Continue reading “Children’s Book: Wish, by Chris Saunders”
Sophie might be young, but she’s definitely smarter than most people. Why? Well, she can spot a monster from miles away – even if it’s disguised as a human. And her big book of monsters helps her spot them even more easily. But how does she do it? Continue reading “Children’s Book: A Monster Like Me”
Hannah is incredibly intelligent, a year away from entering an Ivy League College, and, as her parents have always said, ‘born mature’. So, this must clearly be a mistake. Why would anyone want her locked up in a psychiatric facility for teenage girls? Continue reading “A Danger to Herself and Others”