Frozen Fire


Author: Tim Bowler

It starts with the phone call, late at night. The mysterious boy says he is dying. Dusty doesn’t want to get involved – but the boy seems to have a link to the one person who’s most important to her. Soon she has been drawn in – and now she has to deal with the other people who are looking for the boy – the violent man and his two sons, and the police too . . .,,Yet througho….Read More

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