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LAY THEM TO REST

Murder, whether meticulously planned or the result of impulse, is always a depraved, selfish act. Money, jealousy and rejection are often the drivers of such evil. In this eclectic collection of THREE fast-paced crime novellas, no stone is left unturned, no clue unexplored after murderers steal the lives of complete innocents.

Lay Them To Rest brings together stories that will introduce you to author Belinda Bennett's work. Boasting the original, dark and strange, it features the following stand-alone reads:

HIRED HANDS

Mandy was just a teenager when she climbed over her boyfriend's bloodied, lifeless body and ran. Running was a mistake - a regret that stalked every day of the two decades she sat staring at peeling paint in a lonely prison cell. When freedom finally calls, it comes at a terrible price. What promised to be a happy homecoming is shot down by a sickening mystery only she can solve.


ONE DEAD WIFE

Tara Swift has been missing for almost twenty-four hours before anyone thinks to raise the alarm. As police comb the cliffs and countryside around a holiday park in Dorset, they are convinced they will find a body. DI Brock Clarke has told everyone to keep an open mind, but his is made up. She is dead.

LILY'S GRAVE

Lily Jones is ruined. The teenager is bloody, bruised and running for her life. Only one person can save her - passer-by Joan Hughes. Their worlds collide during a chance encounter in the dead of night. It isn’t long before one is dead. A twisty, dark and shocking small town thriller that will keep you guessing until the very end. Set in Honiton, Devon, during 1944.

LAY THEM TO REST

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"TO WRITE WELL, EXPRESS YOURSELF LIKE THE COMMON PEOPLE, BUT THINK LIKE A WISE MAN"

Aristotle

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