An end to hope

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  • Published 20121204
  • ISBN: 9781921922602
  • Extent: 296 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

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A MOMENT’S HESITATION was all it took. She stood there trembling on the tree. Noose around her neck. Waiting for the final count that would take her to oblivion. Her arms were chicken skin, her face was as white as a geisha; only her eyes told the story – a terrific one – between loyalty and life. Watching her, all the hope flew right out of my heart.

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Ed Wright

Ed Wright lives in Newcastle with his wife and two children and is the author of six non-fiction books including Lost Explorers (Pier 9)...

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