Dark Trinity is a supernatural horror story of 97,000 words.
We are in Chantry, a village in Yorkshire. It is prosperous for the most part.
Ryan Waterman, a thirty-nine year old ex solicitor has returned home after the
break up of his relationship and death of his mother.
Christine Pearson lives with her husband Dan and their nine year old son, Robert. From the outside things appear normal but tensions are building.
Schoolboy Richard Owen, bullied and reviled is busy trying to avoid the attentions of Martin Doyle, a boy his own age, determined to carry out a campaign of harassment and extortion.
Harold McHale and Roy Browning are elderly men who have watched and waited for over seventy years. As children, along with their friend Francis Marks, they faced true horror. Now Francis is dead and their vigil is about to end.
When Roy's granddaughter is attacked in her own home these people are drawn together by links that go back generations.
Children are missing again. Only Harold knows why and how many will die. When Robert Pearson is kidnapped, Harold realizes the child has a gift so powerful it will grant destruction or salvation to either side.
Allied with Ryan Waterman, he faces the Dark Trinity for the second and final
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