Troubador A Triangle of Circles

Released: 28/01/2021

ISBN: 9781800461475

Format: Paperback

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A Triangle of Circles

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Joanna’s comfortable life is suddenly disrupted when she must confront some bewildering revelations. As she grapples with the fallout of deceit and emotional pain she cannot see a way forward. A chance encounter on a train offers her some hope, but even this proves to raise as many questions as it answers. 


Far away another drama is playing out. A young girl makes allegations against a local choirmaster. Greg Mortimer’s life is thrown into disarray as he is swept along by the criminal justice process, and he may lose everything including his liberty as a result. What will his future now hold?  

Elsewhere, Gerry Thorncroft retires from a successful police career as he and his wife move to the countryside to renovate an old farm and set up a holiday-let business. But can he fully detach himself from involvement in police work? 

Are these three apparently unconnected threads interwoven in some way? DS Clive Meadows and DC Sharon Page investigate offences of perjury, blackmail and murder. Is anyone above suspicion?

A superbly crafted novel, compelling in its portrayal of character and in the fast moving drama of an unfolding investigation. A thoroughly enjoyable book and highly recommended.

by Pauline


Katharine Lillico's latest novel demonst ates her skills of writing in a lucid prose style and skillfully handling a wide range of well developed characters. Drawing on her long career in the criminal jutsice sytem the plot, centring on a miscarriage of justice has a ring of authenticity.
Gregory Mortimer,a peripatetic music teacher is imprisonered for alleged child abuse. Around this event the lives of Joanna, a divorcee stalked by her ex-husband, Marie, a school teacher and Lucy Flynn, an investigative journalist are protagonists or victims in a complex but fast moving ploi involving love, betrayal and murder. Lillico maintains tension and msytery in bringing a complex narrative to clkmax. If you like the work of R.D.Wingfield or Ruth Rendell you wil enjoy 'A Triangle of Circles.'

by James Watson


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