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The Eyes Of The Accused by Mark Tilbury

The Blurb

A dark and gripping psychological mystery

Fresh from the horrors of their last case, private investigators Ben and Maddie are plunged into a disturbing world of terror as they search for missing pregnant girl, Hannah Heath.

Drawn to Frank Crowley, a suspect in Hannah’s disappearance, Maddie is about to come face to face with true evil. As she gets close to Crowley, Maddie will learn all is not what it seems.

Crowley is just a small part of something much larger. Something so terrible and deranged, it defies reason.

When Maddie disappears, Ben is left in a desperate race against time to find her and uncover the truth.

But can Ben and Maddie both survive this time?

Also available in this compelling psychological mystery series:

The Revelation Room

About Mark Tilbury

Mark lives in a small village in the lovely county of Cumbria, although his books are set in Oxfordshire where he was born and raised. After serving in the Royal Navy and raising his two daughters after being widowed, Mark finally took the plunge and self-published two books on Amazon, The Revelation Room and The Eyes of the Accused. He's always had a keen interest in writing, and is extremely proud to have his third novel, The Abattoir of Dreams, published, and both The Revelation Room and The Eyes of the Accused re-launched by Bloodhound Books. When he's not writing, Mark can be found trying and failing to master blues guitar, and taking walks around the beautiful county of Cumbria. Mark sends out e-mail newsletters once a month to keep readers updated with news and offering them chances to win exclusive prizes. You can sign up here:

My Review

This book follows on from where 'The Revelation Room' left off as the second in the Ben Whittle Investigation series. 'The Eyes of the Accused was just as engaging as the first book. The three main characters are not perfect super sleuths by any means. Ben is not a risk taker that's for sure, which is balanced out by Maddie, who lacks a sense of self-preservation. Geoff Whittle, Ben's father who reluctantly hired Ben and Maddie is a selfish, arrogant, ungrateful b****** but has investigative experience and is probably the most focused. Like 'The Revelation Room' Mark Tilbury has painted his prose with a dose of pure evil. He doesn't tend to do redeeming qualities when drafting out his villains. My only question to Mr Tilbury is what's next and when? Because I want more please

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