As a founder member of Mystery Women in 1997, promoting Crime Fiction has always been my passion.
Following the closure of Mystery Women, a new group was formed on 30th January 2012 promoting crime fiction.
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The third in the trilogy featuring DI Mike Yorke, finds a group of
people coming together determined to stop the destruction of the world as we
know it by a group of families spread across the world who have infiltrated all
walks of life for centuries, becoming ever more powerful as time passes.
The story switches between
London, Norwich , Northumberland, and Holy Island, as Aunt May assisted by a
number of willing recruits whom we have met in the two previous book. The damaged
Smiler, Brother David, Ella, Kristine, Shelly and frightened Danny come
together. But with time running out Mike Yorke is missing and no one seems to
know where he is. To further compound
the problems no one is sure just who they can trust.Can Aunt May hold them together.
With a host of fascinating
characters this is storytelling at its best. I hope that with this final book
in the trilogy it will not be the last we hear of Aunt May, Smiler, Borther
David and Mike Yorke, all who have grown and changed throughout their recent
experiences andI would like to hear
more of them.
A gripping thriller this race
against time will have you on the edge of your seat as the twists and turns of
the story unfold and long kept secrets are finally revealed. Highly
Reviewer: Lizzie Hayes
Sheila Quigley was born in Sunderland
in 1947 and has lived and worked in the north east all of her life. Undertaking
many and varied jobs from picking potatoes to selling frozen food door to door,
her true calling as an author came later on in life in 2004.Sheila has a very busy schedule of signings
and is always popular both at store events and within libraries and festival