Patchwork Man by D. B. Martin (also writing as Debrah Martin and Lily Stuart)
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fiction Children, Suspense
For readers of:Audrey Niffenegger, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Donna Tartt, Gillian Flynn, Veronica Mars
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Print Length252 pages
ISBN978-0992996109
PublisherI. M. Books
Publication Date31st July 2014
LanguageEnglish
About the Book

Have you ever met a patchwork man?

Lawrence Juste is one. The QC with a conscience - privileged, reputable and emotionally frozen. The perfect barrister.

But Lawrence hasn't always been who he is now. When he is glaringly in the public eye after his enigmatic wife is killed in an apparently random hit and run, he could do with his hidden past surfacing like a hole in the head.

Unfortunately the past has a way of finding its way back to you, just like betrayal. His dead wife has helpfully left him a sinister resume of his, and she just keeps adding to it...

Patchwork Man is a fast-paced psychological thriller with a complex world of characters and intrigue, whilst evocatively recreating the chaotic and poignant childhood that has led Juste, the patchwork man himself, to its chaos.

Patchwork Man is the first in the Patchwork trilogy of murder, mystery and lethal relationships.

About the Author

Debrah Martin is a British author writing in a variety of genres.

Writing as D.B. Martin, the Patchwork series is a trilogy of suspense thrillers following Lawrence Juste, a British barrister, as his life unravels. The final book in the trilogy will be released in 2015, but a new series, starting with Iniquity will be following shortly afterwards.

Her literary fiction is written as Debrah Martin, with two novels to be released in 2015; Falling Awake tells the story of flame-haired Mary and the intriguing book she finds which can transports her to other worlds - or is it mere madness talking? In Thirty times Thirty, Henry finds he's immortal - almost; but every silver lining has a cloud ...

Or if If you're a fan of Veronica Mars, Nancy Drew, Janet Evanovich's books on Stephanie Plum or Meg Cabot's Size 12 books featuring Heather Wells and want more fly-on-the-wall teenage realism than fictional fantasy, check out her YA fiction. Featuring sixteen-year old protagonist, Lily, blazing the way forward in a flurry of teenage wit and sarcasm in 'Webs', the protagonist also becomes the author in this teen detective series penned under the name of Lily Stuart.

Information about all of her work can be found on

www.debrahmartin.co.uk and www.lily-stuart.co.uk