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The Distance Between Us-bookcover

By: Spencer Coleman

The Distance Between Us

Pages: 278 Ratings: 4.5
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Will Farmer is mourning the murder of his only daughter, Daisy, but he becomes frustrated with the slow progress shown by the police. Aided and abetted by Meg, whom he befriends after he discovers she too has lost a daughter in similar circumstances forty years ago, he uncovers a few unpalatable home truths and reveals secrets of his marriage that should stay secret, for the sake of sanity. At the end, a big twist exposes the real villains, who live right under his nose in plain sight. Read it and be very scared…

Born in 1952 in Leicester, Spencer Coleman spent his early years near Portsmouth. He has been a successful artist in oils for over 30 years, working with Harrods and Danbury Mint to name just a few companies. He is a member of the CWA, and has had published two novels and two short stories. This is his third suspense book. His print, Bottoms Up, was a big seller around the world. He likes snow-skiing and tennis. He has one son who now runs the family gallery in Lincoln. In 2015, Spencer suffered a stroke but he is recovering well.

Customer Reviews
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  • Rod Baddon

    Spencer Coleman’s ‘The Distance between Us.
    A feasible personal suspense story intimately told to me by Will Farmer. I was hooked. Little by little you are drawn further into the personal family tragedies as the drama unfolds and a drawstring tightens for the stricken families. But just when you are enlightened your clarity is dashed by a twist in the story. Trust no one, with an under current of intimidation kept me glued to the book.
    Loved it. And loved the proper epilogue to finish me, and the story off. Twists to the end. No let up.
    Thank you Mr S Coleman.

  • Jane

    A surprisingly complex tale told to me personally by Will! Lots of twists, slow start but speedy and gripping finale. The epilogue is a stroke of genius to complete the tale satisfactorily.
    Spencer Coleman is gaining confidence with his masterpieces.

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