Every Heartbeat Counts

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AuthorHouse, Jan 31, 2012 - Fiction - 564 pages
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Evil Is Patient In 1587, innocence was stolen from the village of Hart, a storm that shook the town of Hartlepool . . . But the history books lied. And the bloody secret buried there is about to be unearthed. Remains which could spell the end of mankind and all life on Earth are about to see the light of day . . . Evil has no boundaries. In 2012, Darren Barker is still haunted by the memory of the day his beloved wife walked out of his life, leaving him to raise their two children alone. He begins to wonder if he ever truly knew her. Would he ever find the truth? But he soon realizes that some secrets should stay buried. If you cannot trust your heart, what can you trust?
 

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John Swenson-Wright is a lecturer in the Faculty of Oriental Studies at the University of Cambridge.

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