The beautiful gardens at Belsay Hall in Northumberland….
Brinkburn Priory is tucked away in a woodland setting by the river, in the Coquet valley, Northumberland. Founded in the reign of Henry I as an Augustinian priory during the 1100s. Despite the quite remote location the Priory was frequently subjected to Scottish raids. It was one of the first monasteries to be closed during Henry VIII’s Dissolution in 1536.
The north entrance is a mixture of Norman and Early English architecture
- Author: LJ Ross
- Published: January 2017
- Category: Thriller, Mystery
Hell has unleashed a demon – and he’s coming for you…
Detective Chief Inspector Ryan’s worst nightmare has just become a reality. Notorious serial killer The Hacker has escaped prison and kidnapped one of his best detectives from her own home. His brutality is the stuff of legend – Ryan lost his sister and nearly his own life bringing the man to justice first time around. Can Ryan do it again to save his friend?
Picking up immediately after the cliffhanger ending in Angel, Denise MacKenzie finds herself in a desperate situation. Cold blooded killer Keir Edwards, aka The Hacker, has escaped from prison in an elaborate and high profile way, his single-minded goal drawing out DCI Ryan and causing as much suffering as possible. Continue reading
Built in the 14th century Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a headland which, according to records, could have been occupied in the prehistoric age. It’s seen lots of fighting, between the English and Scots and during the Wars of the Roses. It’s interesting to note where the name comes from – burgh translates to ‘the fort’, dun to ‘of the town’ and stan is ‘by the rock’.