A year ago on 6 February 2020 the fourth book in my Hannah Weybrige, Perdition's Child was published by Urbane Publications, just before the outbreak of the pandemic in the UK.
Perdition's Child is set in London in 1994 when a series of suspicious deaths of Australian men alerts Hannah to the fact that they were part of the UK Child Migration Scheme which sent orphans to Australia for a better life. But some were not orphans and their parents had been deceived and some of the children had suffered terrible abuse. Hannah finds herself embroiled in a deadly mystery, a mystery complicated by the murder of Harry Peters; the brother of Lucy, one of the residents of Cardboard City she had become friendly with. It soon becomes clear Lucy is protecting secrets of her own. What is Lucy's link to the murders and can Hannah discover the truth before the killer strikes again?
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Available in the UK only and ends 12 February, 2021.