Sanctuary's Wilderness

Sanctuary's Wilderness

by Isobel Kelly


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A Scottish glen by a peaceful Loch becomes a refuge to those in need of shelter.

A man escaping an unjust accusation finds serenity. A disgraced pilot accused of killing his best friend seeks forgiveness. A traumatised woman discovers safety and love.

Yet even here, they cannot escape the outside world where villainy holds sway and the complexities of an evil mind threaten destruction to those who have found sanctuary in the wilderness.

From the Scottish Highlands to London and finance, then on to Switzerland and attempted murder, no one is safe from Mark Welland. Whatever he wants he will get, no matter who suffers...

But the Wheel of Fortune turns inexorably towards a stunning climax as wild and beautiful as the landscape itself.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781539302926
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/02/2016
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.77(d)

About the Author

Curiosity is her middle name, researching unusual facts then using imagination to build a story around them portrays a mind that has a leaning towards murder and mayhem.

Retiring after many years working in art and the restoration of Fine Art pictures as well as rearing four children, she decided to lay down her brushes, have a change of career and begin to write. Once settled in her new home in Cornwall with her husband, enjoying the change of scene and making new friends, she began composing sundry articles, poetry, and then a magazine for the village. Following a bad accident, which kept her on crutches for two years, her computer became her best friend and she was able to learn what publishers required. Still angry with the curtailment of her activity, caused by negligence, perhaps this was when her bloodthirsty nature came to the fore and she made a success of it.

The writing is now a part of her existence, her imagination an untapped well. If our lives are mapped out for us in advance, perhaps she was always meant to be a writer.

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