On a searing summer's day on an idyllic beach in South Devon, a young boy plunges to a horrific death from the overlanding cliffs, the tragic event graphically captured on film by the enigmatic Salcombe painter and entrepreneur Lois St John. Five years later, the boy's father suffers the identical fate at the same location. Called to the scene, Moorland Forensic Consultants uncover a prophetic link between Liam Mercers fatal fall and a controversial painting of his son's death titled 'Falling Memories'. James, Fiona and Katie Sinclair draw upon their professional expertise as a string of mysterious deaths follow. They uncover a web of corruption and foul play, which leads to the very top of the judicial system and the international art world. Moorland Forensics work in conjunction with DCI Mick Rose and high-profile Home Office forensic practitioner Nick Shelby to uncover the truth behind the murders, all set within the stunning landscape of the Salcombe Coast and the South Hams.
Julie D. Jones
Julie was born in Bovey Tracey, Devon and raised in the South Hams on the South Coast. After training as a nurse at the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital she moved to Australia and divided her time between working as a clinical nurse and within the music industry. This is her second novel and draws on experiences growing up in the spectacular landscapes of South Devon and a passion from an early age to write.She is a classically trained flautist, proficient horse rider and journalist. She lives in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area near Sydney with her husband and two children.