Sometimes hope is the most dangerous thing of all.
When their brother dies, two sisters lose the one thing that connected them. But then a year after her twin’s death, Tamsin goes missing.
Despite police indifference and her husband’s doubts, Freya is determined to find her sister. But a trail of diary entries reveals a woman she barely knew, and a danger she can scarcely fathom, full of deep waters and shadowy myths, where the grief that drove Tamsin to the edge of a cliff also led her into the arms of a mysterious stranger … A man who promised hope but demanded sacrifice…
Lorraine Wilson always delivers an unexpected and unique read that leaves you eagerly turning the page.
This one delves quite deeply into the internal struggles people go through when faced with death and the grief that follows and how complex families can be.
It’s eye opening, powerful and a must-read!
About the Author
Lorraine is a writer, biologist, photographer, herder of cats and drinker of tea. Having spent years working in remote corners of the world she now lives by the sea in Scotland and writes literary/speculative stories that explore themes of family, belonging and trauma. The wilderness is never very far away from her characters, and folklore is always there whether hidden in the shadows or centre stage. She hopes to write in a way that resonates with those parts of ourselves we find hard to share with others, and that provides representation for people who do not get to see themselves in the majority of books.
Find her at https://shadowsonwater.wordpress.com, on Twitter @raine_clouds or IG @raine_clouds_writes