It could be your average suicide. A man found dead in his car, engine running, parked at the end of a lonely track, a tube feeding deadly fumes from the exhaust through the window. Except for the seven-year-old boy still breathing in the boot...
For Jonathan Kellaway, the past is somewhere he chooses not to go. Dead friends, lost lovers and a family dynasty hell-bent on self- destruction lie buried there.
But if he is to uncover the truth, he must confront all the secrets which have consumed his life, and which may yet consume him...
Feet of Clay
Not one of Goddard’s best books this is still a thriller worth reading, atmospheric and clever in the way the story switches back and forward through the decades. A good read.
Another great story. Have read all of Robert Goddard's books. Can't wait for the next one.