In 1989, Beth Roper was brutally assault by an intruder in front of her four year-old daughter, Lauren. Following her mother's death, a now adult Lauren is still haunted by the events of that night. When the murder of convicted rapist Nathan Green hits the news, she recognises the eyes of the monster who dominates her nightmares.
Desperate to find the justice her mother never could, she approaches private investigator Johnson Carmichael and demands he take her case. But Carmichael can see it is a waste of time and money. With no evidence, no witnesses and only the fragile memory of the client to work with, this is a case Carmichael doesn't want. However, when he begins to ask questions and his life is threatened, he learns there is more to Lauren's claims than first thought.
As he begins to dig into Green's campaign of terror, he only finds only more questions. But as he begins to piece together what really happened on that horrific night, it becomes clear that the real culprit may still be out there.
Fear, murder, revenge, and suspense: TRESPASS is a gritty British thriller examining the horrifying effects of sexual assault.
Great book but didn't like ending he should have been caught