In 1980's Northern Ireland, Patrick Mullan starts his new life with a secret identity, having served time in prison for the horrific death of an innocent man, the father of Inspector Matthew Hampton. Shortly after release from prison, Patrick Mullan's father is found dead in his own home. Inspector Hampton is called to investigate the murder, which appears to be linked to the death of his own father, years earlier.
Are you stuck in a rut of negative and detrimental behaviour?
Are you spending too much time glancing backwards because it feels impossible to forgive the past?
Are you desperate not to make the same mistakes your parents made?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then this is the book for you.
Mum, Dad, Holly and Zak are so excited when it starts snowing.
Rushing outside, they build a snowman, complete with button eyes, a carrot nose, and stones for a mouth.
On Christmas Eve, the children are woken by a blinding light in the back garden. Another snowman stands in place of theirs - and he's alive!
Holly and Zak are taken on an adventure to Lapland, but everything is not quite right.
Winnie the witch is furious, and is about to cast a spell!
Will the gang sort everything out in time for Christmas?
Paul has everything - a successful business, money, looks, and age is just about still on his side - but he yearns for a relationship. Not with the secretaries, the business women with their skinny bodies and their shallow talk and their fake breasts, but with a real woman.
Could Janet be that woman? She works in the same office building, but which floor? She takes the same elevator, but not often enough. She talks to him on occasion, but never opens out. What has happened to Janet that makes her so hard to get?