Ronnie Sidney is a perfect child. The illegitimate by-product of a wartime romance, he gives his mother unconditional love when all she has known is loss, rejection and contempt. In her eyes, he is faultless: a glorious ray of sunshine in the grey of her existence. But beneath the golden exterior, a very different nature wages an ever stronger fight for life. For Susan Ramsey, life is easy. Cherished by her parents, she knows nothing of hardship or misery. Until the sudden death of her father - and an introduction to a new and deeply disturbing world. When Susan and Ronnie meet, the attraction is instant. Each recognises the soulmate for whom they have longed. At last Ronnie feels able to remove his mask of perfection. But, like Pandora's Box, what is released can never again be restrained.
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Born in 1966, Patrick Redmond was educated in England and the Channel Islands, and studied law at Leicester University and the University of British Columbia in Vancouver. For eight years he worked as a solicitor at various firms in the City. He now writes full-time. Visit www.patrickredmond.co.ukReview:
A compelling novel that draws you deep into the world of children at the mercy of the dangerous adults. Disturbing and gripping―Natasha Cooper
His style is strictly no frills - simple, sparse and straightforward . . . but he does have a way of making you gag to know what happens next―Daily Mirror
His principal gift is an effortless grasp of narrative texture, and multiple levels of sympathetic insight into his brilliantly drawn characters―Crime Time
An intense, gripping read―Heat
A dark and bloody tale which keeps the tension going right until the last page . . . A superb, intelligent read―Joanne Harris
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Descrizione libro Pocket Books, 2004. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 528 pages. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk074343028X