Recently divorced, Jay Morton returns to her home town of Pendle Bridge with her daughter Kate. She gets a job helping to set up a museum at Pendle House, and while searching for artifacts in the attics she stumbles across some extraordinary masks with malevolent and threatening eyes... Donna once lived at Pendle House when it was a children's home and she remembers the menacing masks, and the depraved men behind them, all too clearly. Donna has returned to Pendle Bridge with only one thought in her mind - it's time that justice was served.
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Patricia Hall is a former journalist who worked for "The Yorkshire Post, The Guardian," and "The Observer." She is the author of eight previous crime novels featuring Thackeray and Ackroyd, most recently "Dead on Arrival," She was born in Yorkshire and now lives in Oxford.
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