‘Two Murders An Hour’ by James Sturbridge
When Marcus Lawn and his wife Samantha go on holiday in a remote English village they receive a shock that threatens their marriage. They discover two dead bodies on their first morning there. They decide to leave and are warned by the local police force that they are under suspicion.
The bodies start to stack up.
Finding themselves at the centre of a conspiracy, they realise both killer and police are after them. It seems Marcus has kept secrets from Samantha and she begins to suspect her predicament is the result of his lies. She has to confront something in her own past to find out the truth.
Author Quick Facts
James Sturbridge worked in TV and retired to pursue his writing career. ‘Two Murders An Hour’ is his first novel. He has written articles for many trade journals and local press and is currently working on the script for a TV drama. He lives with his wife and two children in the North of England.