To whom it may concern

To whom it may concern

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Genres: Adventure, Crime, Fiction, Thriller
Tag: Moved from Wrexham
ASIN: B09Z9Q4K3Q

Chrissy has a secret that has dwelt in the back of her mind since the day after her hen night. Eighteen years of married life have progressed in the usual way. Her husband, David, is a successful doctor. Their two children are normal teenagers, with driving lessons and school exams.

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Chrissy has a secret that has dwelt in the back of her mind since the day after her hen night. Eighteen years of married life have progressed in the usual way. Her husband, David, is a successful doctor. Their two children are normal teenagers, with driving lessons and school exams.
So, when an anonymous blackmail letter arrives, addressed ‘To Whom it may Concern’, they all search their consciences, and life becomes more complicated when they all become suspects in a murder enquiry.
DI Nick Price’s investigation of a drugs theft at the local hospital develops into a major enquiry involving murder and kidnapping, commanding the attention of three police forces

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About the Author
Hilton Jones

Born near Wrexham more years ago than he would care to mention, he was an early reader and his interest in books brought a love of words which has followed him throughout his life.

Among his many rôles he has been a taxman in Oswestry and a teacher at Ellesmere and St Martins. Following (early) retirement, he became involved with canal boats, eventually running successful and popular boat trips across the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct.

Alongside these jobs, he found time to join in amateur dramatics. He produced 'The Arcadians' and 'Pirates of Penzance' with Oswestry Operatic Society and wrote sketches and pantomimes with Ellesmere ADS. As a long time member of Ellesmere ADS he took part in many productions and enjoyed playing the dame in the annual pantomime.

Reading is still a great pleasure. He says,'I like John Grisham and Val McDermid. I have recently discovered David Baldacchi and Peter James. Away from crime and mystery, I found Julian Fellows' 'Past Imperfect' an enthralling read – he loves words as much as I do.'

As well as play scripts, he has written short stories, poems and novels, and although Scarlet Feather had been written some time ago, he had not ventured into print. Lockdown gave him the time and opportunity to go public and he looks forward to publishing his next book, followed, perhaps, by a sequel to Scarlet Feather.