Sins of the Father

Sins of the Father

by Harry Riley

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Sins of the Father by Harry Riley

Ruthlessly manipulated for most of his adult life by a cunning enemy posing as his friend, half drowned and enslaved in the Congo and hoodwinked in New York, Doctor James Parker slides into a deep pit of depression.
Utterly consumed by misery and grief with his best friend and his fiancé missing, his family decimated by the death of his father and his beloved sister, he is past listening to reason and believes he has every reason to kill his generous benefactor, the man he blames for all his misfortunes. But the gallows await!

After a cruel start in life, abandoned outside an orphanage as a baby, Billy Turpin grows up to become big, strong and handsome, a natural and highly successful entrepreneur running several companies. Greedy councillors, gullible men and women are willingly hypnotized by his wealth, his easy confidence and charismatic charm. But one person suspects he is also a psychopathic killer with a very personal and mysterious grudge against him, his family and friends.
Two people whose paths were doomed to cross even before they were born, with the most tragic consequences imaginable for all concerned.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940149642861
Publisher: Pneuma Springs Publishing
Publication date: 08/01/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 221
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

English author, Nottingham born. Retired from lifetime of commercial printing (apprentice to director)
Married with two grown up children
Interests: reading classics, war memoirs. Writing novels, poetry, short stories. broadcasting on local radio. Editing community magazine. Writing monthly column for local newspaper. Member of ‘Eastwood Writers Group.’ Current press secretary for ENwatch
Published works: novel and two books of short stories. Articles and short stories for Northern Life printed magazine and poetry for Culture Compass (Let loose the dogs of war) and Remember Me (a poem for Armistice Day) by First Edition (printed magazine) monthly ENWatch column for Eastwood Advertiser. Nottm. Post Bygones: short story.

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