Troubador The Secret Locket

Released: 01/04/2012

ISBN: 9781848767850

eISBN: 9781783068371

Format: Paperback/eBook

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The Secret Locket

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She stood over Joseph, looking at him lying motionless. ‘Joseph,’ she whispered, lightly prodding him, noticing that his shirt was wet through with a blood stain. Penny’s first instincts were to run her fingers over the wet patch. She felt a nasty cold, moist sensation. Shocked, Penny promptly took her fingers away, fixing her eyes on the blood, dismayed.It looked like it had been seeping through his shirt for a while. ‘Oh my god!’ she cried aloud. ‘Are you all right, Joseph?’ Penny watched her brother as he lay there motionless.

This is a gripping mystery about Penny Knight, an ordinary librarian who encounters a misadventure regarding the death of her twin brother Joseph. She finds a locket that her brother had told her about before his death, which instigates the quest of the truth of how Joseph really died.

Unknown to Penny, she holds a very precious item – one a mysterious man would do anything to get hold of. She decides to investigate and end the agonising pain that she and her parents have been experiencing since Joseph’s death. She embarks on a perilous journey, meeting a rough-cut detective who has been hired to investigate the murder, not knowing that she is the one that holds the key to this enigma...

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Suzan Stainforth

Suzan grew up in the lovely countryside of Cumbria with her parents, sister and two brothers. Loves to write an exciting adventure story and seriously began to write in 2002 with "Secret Locket" first book. Adores horses and walks in the countryside, loves listening to easy or classical music. 1981 Suzan urged ambition lead Suzan to explore New Forest, Hampshire relishing in a duration over twenty years. Suzan now resides in the enjoying the lovely Countryside and favourite hobby creative writing.

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