PUBLISHED BY ANTHONY HULSE, LULU 27th FEB 2017
Anthony Hulse was born in Middlesbrough, UK and worked for British Steel (Corus) for thirty-two years before opting for early retirement in 2009. I now plan to concentrate full-time on my writing. I have been writing now for approximately fourteen years, and in this time, I have had three novels published as POD. I have written and published to date, thirty novels and over fifty short stories, mostly psychological thrillers, but also an assortment of genres. Five of my short stories have featured in anthologies.
I wrote a biography for a local man who served as a DEMS gunner during WWII and self-published his book, This Blood Red Sea. With permission from my ex-publisher, I have republished Insanity Never Sleeps and also published the sequel, Insanity Never Sleeps II The Resurrection. All of my books available now on Lulu, Amazon, B&N, iBooks, Kindle, Nook, Kobo, and many other retailers.
I appreciate all feedback and reviews of my books.
Dc Vicky Smullen’s Cid team investigate a series of child abductions in Cornwall. Her obsession with the case intensifies with the abduction of her five-year old son. Ben Orton, an ex-Sas soldier metes out revenge on former members of the Ira who murdered his brother and are released as part of the Good Friday agreement. Living in a secluded location in Scotland, a stranger approaches Orton and blackmails him into joining The Disciples of Retribution, a select band of vigilantes. The abductors of the children share an unusual fantasy, their frightening and abnormal behaviour provoking punishment for the youngsters. Hush Little Children, a tale of revenge and indignity, will frighten and captivate you.
WHAT DID I THINK I am surprised this has not been picked up by an agent or publisher as I thought this was an excellent story that I enjoyed every part of. It is different so you are not sure what to expect but keeps you reading as you cannot wait to read what comes next. I really wanted them to find the children but it keeps you wondering until the end. These characters all work really well together so the flow and pace I think are just right. I don’t read many self published books as I get so many from tours, publishers and authors but I am really pleased I read this one, it gets a good recommendation from me.
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