the E killer
Alison Murphy has secrets that threaten to tear her life apart.
How far would you go to keep a secret that could destroy your life, land you in prison and have everybody judging you?
Allie is prepared to kill to keep the life that she has built for herself but that doesn’t mean that it is an easy decision to live with, Constantly looking over her shoulder and worrying when she might be found out making life in the small village of Hexmoore, where everybody knows everybody else’s business, a kind of prolonged self torture.
Then when half of the village turns against her and the other half see her as their champion against the coven of old women who use gossip and manipulation to control and destroy anybody that they take a disliking to it seems that all eyes are on her every move even as she is the target of a hate campaign and a blackmailer.
The pressure grows for Allie as everything is on the line… Her freedom, her place in the village, her home, her job and even her sanity all hang in the balance as she scrambles to regain control of her life.
Lilly Chatham lived a privileged life as a child living in pre-war England.
With her father, an officer of the British army, away in India and her mother having died when she was a child she was raised by a doting grandmother and an army of servants that were more like extended family than household staff.
Once Lilly had wed and both her father and grandmother had passed away Lilly inherits her childhood home, Aynesworthy house.
Aynesworthy, built in the mid fifteen hundreds, had been the site and cause of many an evil deed in the far distant past yet not all of those involved rest in peace, one of the spirits of Aynesworthy wants closure whilst another would protect her own, and the house’s, greatest secret at all cost.
Lilly, now a grown woman with children of her own, suddenly begins sleepwalking within weeks of returning to the house where she grew up and always wakes up in the same place.
She is about to uncover a secret that will scar her mind for life.
Yet the closer she comes to the truth the more hostile one spirit becomes, putting her whole family at risk.
Determined that she would get to the truth Lilly turns to the local records and makes one horrifying discovery after another.