One Hell of a Victim: A Cult Thriller

Author:   Harry Senthill
Publisher:   Quodlibet Rock
ISBN:  

9781999709761


Pages:   342
Publication Date:   08 April 2019
Format:   Paperback
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One Hell of a Victim is an adventure story set in Northumberland and New England in 1998. George Radman is a 55-year old loner. He lives in an isolated croft on a moor in Northumberland. One night, three men enter his croft uninvited, looking for someone they've been chasing. The next morning two gruesome murders are committed in the croft during Radman's absence and he is accused of the crimes. Radman is arrested and imprisoned. He dreams of escape and contemplates suicide. And then, wholly without warning, someone he doesn't know breaks him out of custody and flies him to New England. Within hours of his arrival in the United States two attempts are made to kidnap him. The first fails; the second succeeds. He finds himself being interrogated by a religious sect who call themselves Abramites. Marked for execution, he is helped to escape by a firm of private detectives. Radman agrees to assist the detectives with their investigation into the cult. To that end they fly him home to Northumberland where the leader of the sect is based. Radman contacts the leader and manoeuvres him into a final confrontation which turns out to be far more lethal than anyone could have imagined. If you'd enjoy reading a story about a tough man-of-the-moors, someone who asks only to be left alone, someone who is determined to shape his own destiny and has a temper to match, this novel will provide a few hours of believable escapism.

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Author:   Harry Senthill
Publisher:   Quodlibet Rock
Imprint:   Quodlibet Rock
Dimensions:   Width: 12.90cm , Height: 1.80cm , Length: 19.80cm
Weight:   0.337kg
ISBN:  

9781999709761


ISBN 10:   1999709764
Pages:   342
Publication Date:   08 April 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
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