Ex-DI Rachel Dune’s small son is brutally murdered. Her cousin Michael is found guilty of his murder and locked away.
Four years later, Rachel discovers that Michael is being granted the first steps to freedom . Unable to cope with this, she decides upon revenge, assuming a new identity . But Rachel’s perception of the truth might not be as accurate as she thinks and she might be about to murder the wrong man…
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I wanted to explore the grief, and anger, of a mother whose child has been brutally murdered, whilst in parallel looking at and questioning the inherent nature of institutional corruption. I researched this novel extensively, and some aspects of the storyline that pertains to the internal corruption within the psychiatric hospital are loosely based on fact.
‘…Falling Suns is a stunning debut. Bold, visceral and intelligent, with not one word wasted… It would also make a wonderful film or TV drama.’
Sally Spedding, author of Cut to the Bone