A battered and broken body lies in the road. A discovery that leaves the local community gripped with fear. Suspicion as to who killed the woman is rife.
Corinne’s peaceful life is shattered by the tragic death, forcing her to struggle daily with overwhelming grief and loss.
A chance meeting with a stranger helps Corinne through the hurt and pain, but can she really trust Jack?
Chrissie lives in Devon, UK, with her husband and is a freelance Production Coordinator working in the TV, documentary and film industry.
Chrissie is also an Author. Her thriller Integrate (Book One of the Moon Series) was released in October 2013. Her historical fiction Among the Olive Groves was released in July 2014. Her thriller Temperance (Book Two of the Moon Series) was released in October 2015. Her book The Secrets, a collection of poems and short stories was released in November 2016.
Other written work includes factual articles for the Bristolian newspaper and guest articles for the charities Epilepsy Awareness Squad and Epilepsy Literary Heritage Foundation.
Chrissie was an award winner of the Historical Fiction Category in the Summer Indie Book Awards 2016, and her short story Maisie was performed at the 100 poems by 100 women event at the Bath International Literary Festival in 2013.
Chrissie is passionate about Ancient History, Archaeology and Travel, and has completed two six-month Archaeology and Egyptology courses with Exeter University.
I always love a book that sets the scene right from the start, especially if it's quite descriptive and makes you think, where are we, what's about to happen? I wanted to do this with this story.
A full moon had risen high in the sky casting a brilliant silver glow over the dark world below. The night was, for the most part, silent and still, only occasionally disturbed by a cry of fox, hoot of owl or rustle of a small mammal in the hedgerow. A long, winding road lined with trees, hedges and fences, snaked its way through the vast open countryside. Now and again a lone building reared its head, the only sign of human habitation in an otherwise bleak landscape.