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Taskers End

Taskers End (Paperback)

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If there is a thin divide between brilliance and madness, who is to judge our sanity? Alan Reynolds follows up the five-star rated Flying with Kites with a gripping psychological thriller, Taskers End. The story opens with three criminal psychiatrists reviewing the case-notes and background history of Gerald Perry, a wealthy former forensic science student and diagnosed schizophrenic. We learn about his tragic up-bringing and the incident that lead to him being interned to a mental institution indefinitely. When the decision is eventually made to release him, Gerald assumes a new identity and returns to his family home, Taskers End where he had been brought up by his beloved grand-parents. He soon discovers that in his absence they had died in mysterious circumstances and, using his forensic skills, starts his own investigation with devastating consequences. Then there is the beautiful Maureen...For everyone who becomes involved with Gerald Perry life will never be the same again.

Fiction & PoetryCrime & Thrillers Publisher: Fisher King Publishing Publication Date: 01/12/2012 ISBN-13: 9781906377571  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
Availability: To Order. Estimated despatch in 1-3 weeks.  

Following a successful career in Banking, Alan Reynolds established his own training company in 2002 and has successfully managed projects across a wide range of businesses. This experience has led to an interest in psychology and human behaviour through watching interactions, studying responses and research. Leadership has also featured strongly in his training portfolios and the knowledge gained has helped build the strong characters in his books. His interest in writing started as a hobby but after completing his first novel, Flying With Kites, in just three weeks, the favourable reviews he received has encouraged him to take up a new career. The inspiration for his stories comes from real life with which people can easily identify.

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