The Thrillers of Frank P Ryan

 

Goodbye Baby Blue

On a chill November day in Sheffield, Bobby Stephens, an eight-year-old boy is kidnapped.  That same day, in Bolton, two men have a tense meeting in Heywood Park.  In Liverpool, a woman breaks into a house to search its contents.  All are strands in a tantalising mystery - and it seems to Chief Inspector Sandy Woodings that Margaret Stephens, Bobby's mother, knows more than she is willing to tell him.

As the hunt proceeds, the paucity of evidence becomes alarming. Woodings feels personally involved: his own son, Gerry, is of the same age as Bobby. And Woodings' marriage is on the rocks. Then a bizarre note arrives, addressed to Margaret Stephens ... and the murders begin.

With his perceptive eye for background and character, Frank Ryan has created a thriller masterpiece. In a violent cat-and-mouse game, Woodings finds himself no longer the hunter but the hunted, his own life in constant danger as he begins to unravel a monstrous and terrifying secret with roots that spread far from the North of England and reach back into the turbulent sixties.

Category: Thriller; Pages 336; PRICE  £6.99; B-format paperback.


 

PRAISE FOR FRANK P RYAN'S FICTION

 

 

Magnificently tense.  THE SUNDAY TIMES

 

The page-turning and spine-chilling ability of a good novelist.  SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Enthralling.  Not many writers have this cosmic ability.  LOS ANGELES TIMES

Powerful atmospherics...Impressive story-telling throughout.  LITERARY REVIEW

It is...strength of character which is probably the most distinctive feature of Frank Ryan's work.  IRISH POST

A riveting thriller.   PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Well written... recommended for libraries.  LIBRARY JOURNAL

A riveting book  ELLE 

 

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