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Debut author releases fast-paced, controversial and perplexing psychological novel.

Terrified. Drugged. Abandoned.

A rural area in the north of England is thrown into disrepair as teenage girls start to go missing, and local authorities are at a loss in their search for the one responsible. Charles Lee lives a very normal life, in stark contrast to his troubled past. Putting years of abuse, neglect and loss behind him, he has built a new life in the countryside with his beloved family and border collie. Yet all is not as it seems as his past soon starts to haunt him, as burned bridges are resurrected, old grievances resurface and a lust for revenge takes over.

Will Detective Taylor and psychological profiler Georgina Riley uncover the clues and piece together the jigsaw in time to stop the disappearances?

N.B. This book contains adult content

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About the Author

After spending years writing in his spare time, producing anything from poetry to children’s stories for his own two children, Lee Shepherd decided that the time was finally right to attempt to fulfil his life-long ambition of creating a full length novel. Lee lives in Carlisle in the heart of Cumbria, having moved north from Lancashire in his mid-teens; he has a first-hand knowledge of all the areas mentioned in Abandoned, and now calls this idyllic setting home.
Although Lee one day dreams of becoming a full time author and screen play writer, he currently spends the majority of his working week caring for and mentoring teenagers in care as a Child Support Worker throughout Scotland. His hobbies include snooker, boxing, fishing and working out in his local gym whenever the rare opportunity of down time presents itself, in between being a father and a husband to his wife, Kelly. 

Book Details

  • Author: Lee Shepherd
  • 215 pages
  • Publication Date: 30/11/2015
  • Paperback ISBN: 978-1-910607-55-8
  • EPUB ISBN: 978-1-910607-52-7
  • MOBI ISBN: 978-1-910607-53-4
  • PDF ISBN: 978-1-910607-54-1