It began on a Sunday. An ordinary Sunday, and a family trip to the mall.
Will Carter takes his five-year old daughter to the bathroom, and there he is witness to a fatal assault on an innocent stranger.
Over the next few days, Will tries to put the experience behind him, but when he sees one of the killers outside his home, he becomes more and more involved, soon passing the point of no return.
Becoming drawn deeper and deeper into something he does not understand, Will feels increasingly out of his depth and is soon asking where this is going and was the victim as innocent as he first thought…
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Philip Cox was born in the English seaside town of Southend on Sea, around forty miles from London. After leaving school, he began a long career in banking and insurance, culminating in appointments as a Branch Manager of two major UK banks. In 2009, he took a break from financial services to be a stay at home father to his two children.
In the summer of 2010, between changing nappies, Philip started to write ‘After the Rain’, which was published as a paperback and e-book in September 2011. His second book, ‘Dark Eyes of London’, was published in April 2012. November that year saw his third novel, ‘She’s Not Coming Home’, which is set in Boston and New York.
‘Something to Die For’, which introduced the maverick LAPD Detective Sam Leroy, appeared the following year, and its sequel, ‘Wrong Time to Die’ in 2015. In between these excursions to Los Angeles, the London-based ‘Don’t Go Out in the Dark’ appeared in 2014.
Philip returns to New York City for his latest thriller, ‘Should Have Looked Away’.
Having two young daughters, Philip has little spare time, but between school runs and writing has retained his interest in the history of cinema and railroad modelling.
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