By Eve Isherwood
Helen Powers was a scenes of crimes officer for the West Midlands Police. It-s 4 years because the case, regarding the demise of a tender teenage woman, shattered her occupation. In an try to rebuild her lifestyles, she now works as a portrait photographer. however the prior isn't really so simply left in the back of- After a sequence of inexplicable and cruel assaults on her, Helen fears that somebody is out to take revenge. For Helen, even if, it is only the beginning of anything extra own and sinister. desirous to confront her demons and redeem herself within the face of a powerful adversary, Helen quickly reveals that neither time nor the weather are on her side...
Read or Download Absent Light PDF
Best religious & inspirational books
An acclaimed writer interweaves historical past and legend to re-create the lifetime of a fancy guy of religion fifteen hundred years in the past. Winner of the 1987 Christianity and Literature ebook Award for Belles-Lettres.
At the eve of the yankee invasion of Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, a global forged of schemers, spies, clergy, and scientists race to assert the best prize the area has ever obvious. American archaeologist Molly O’Dwyer has unearthed a long-lost burial mound in old Babylon. Whose continues to be are in it?
Whatever used to be extraordinarily unsuitable with the shy, scared little woman. on a daily basis, she got here to Haven, Sam Hawke's inner-city adolescence heart. however the former marine could not get plants to open up. So he became to newspaper reporter Ana Burns, hoping that her ability at asking nosy questions about him and his undertaking may be positioned to raised use.
Peter Terry Returns A knock at her door. A bloody awl. A homicide weapon in her personal lounge. The elusive white guy with the lower on his again is out searching back, chasing souls. Peter Terry is haunting minds, invading desires, and wrecking lives. As Dylan Foster searches for solutions, she stumbles upon a dismal cult of angel worship.
Extra info for Absent Light
One of those charismatic, deeply ambitious men you come across maybe once in a lifetime, their very first meeting took place soon after her appointment to Thornhill Road. She’d been called out 28 to a drive-by shooting resulting in a fatal road accident. Jesus, she thought, surveying the scene. It was dark, belting down with rain, and there were swarms of vehicles: police, ambulance and fire services. Two dead black men, the passenger with a caved in head from a gunshot wound, lay slumped in the wreckage of their top-of-the-range Mercedes, the bonnet of which was buried deep in the entrails of a Ford Escort.
Gran might be going senile, she thought, but she knew what it was to be fussed over and loved, which seemed more than her mother was capable of. Helen’s father twitched a sympathetic smile at her. ” he said, curtly addressing his wife. ” Helen supposed that was something. As private residential homes went, Roselea was in the higher echelons. And at least it didn’t smell of pee. Her mum eventually flaked out shortly before nine o’clock. Once Helen’s father helped her upstairs, he rejoined Helen in the drawing room.
And at least it didn’t smell of pee. Her mum eventually flaked out shortly before nine o’clock. Once Helen’s father helped her upstairs, he rejoined Helen in the drawing room. “She’s getting worse,” Helen said. Her father offered no comment. He was sick of it, she thought. They’d done this one countless times before. They’d even developed this peculiarly veiled way of talking about her mother’s drinking so that neither of them had to mention the dreaded word booze. She guessed it was a form of denial, the result 37 of years of putting on a perfect and united front.
Absent Light by Eve Isherwood