Three friends. Two voices. One terrible secret.
Told in dual narrative, Flames to a Moth is a gripping coming-of-age thriller that exposes how the same power that draws people together can, over time, tear them apart ... or worse.
Bryden James is dead. When his body washes up in the reedy shallows of a lake west of Brisbane, none are more horrified than Ashley McCabe and Campbell Druery. Was his death retribution for a manic vendetta against powermongers, payback for decades of torment, or in reprisal for what happened with their involvement one dreadful night in 1992?
Forced to recall a friendship formed in childhood and set ablaze as adults by longing, manipulation, and betrayal, Ash and Cam realise if they are to survive the future they will need to meet face-to-face. Estranged for so long, will coming together to confront the truth stifle the pain of the past or fan it into a consuming fire?
'Compelling and heart-wrenching. The central mystery had me feverishly turning the pages.'
BEN HOBSON, author of Snake Island
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About the Author
Gary Horwood is a Brisbane, Australia, based memoir writer who has a passion for telling brave and engaging stories. Reuniting with author Vicki Stevens, a former school classmate, led to a collaboration to write a coming-of-age thriller entitled Flames to a Moth.