A collection of three thrillers Ian Taylor & Rosi Taylor, now available in one volume!
Ghost Boy: Looking for a fresh start, Will and Alice Harding move with their young son Toby to the tranquil countryside. However, as Toby undergoes a disturbing transformation, they realize that conventional remedies fall short, leading them to explore the realm of alternative remedies. As they grapple with their son's affliction, they must uncover the dark secrets of their past and confront a powerful, mysterious force that threatens their family. Can they decipher the truth and find a way to triumph over this malevolent presence?
GUILT: England, 1962. It's a time of class consciousness and jobs for life, where a man is defined by his work and the Aldermaston march is imminent. Four teenage boys meet in the Roman Camp: middle-class Brock; Red, whose working-class family has upwardly-mobile aspirations; Mouth, the scraplad; and Raggy, the deaf simpleton. When the four meet Shack, the local gamekeeper, he advises the boys to treat the landscape with respect, or the vengeance of the Wild Man - the local supernatural guardian - will be unleashed. Heedless of the man's warnings, the four proceed with their plans. Death soon follows, and one by one they all have to face their demons - and the guilt that is swallowing them whole. But down by the river, ancient forces are stirring as the spirit of the Wild Man awakens.
The Price Of Horses: After his mother and sister are killed in a trailer fire, Luke Smith has to take drastic measures in order to raise money and protect his people from oppression. In the world of gypsy travelers and underworld brigands, danger is never far away. When a burglary goes wrong, Luke is pulled into a web of lies and deception that reveals a stunning truth. Trying to set things right, Luke has to balance between justice and revenge. But in the end, which will prevail?