Manners from Heaven

One day Elliott Harmison, a 38 yr old solicitor, is driving thoughtfully down a country lane. A sports car roars up from behind and, unable to overtake, stays dangerously close. 

Eventually the sports car manages to overtake, the driver sticking an arm out of his window to flick the finger to Elliott. Furious, Elliott can only watch the car speed away.

A few miles later, Elliott comes across the car wrapped around a tree. The driver is still alive, but unconscious. Elliott carefully gets him out of the car, lifts him over his shoulder, takes him to his own car, and puts him in the boot. He then takes him back to his house, ties him to a chair, and starts a process to help the man become a nicer person. 

“Completely original plot, loved this book. Psychological thriller, totally hooked til the brilliant ending.” A Hull

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One day Elliott Harmison, a 38 yr old solicitor, is driving thoughtfully down a country lane. A sports car roars up from behind and, unable to overtake, stays dangerously close.

Eventually the sports car manages to overtake, the driver sticking an arm out of his window to flick the finger to Elliott. Furious, Elliott can only watch the car speed away.

A few miles later, Elliott comes across the car wrapped around a tree. The driver is still alive, but unconscious. Elliott carefully gets him out of the car, lifts him over his shoulder, takes him to his own car, and puts him in the boot. He then takes him back to his house, ties him to a chair, and starts a process to help the man become a nicer person. 

“Completely original plot, loved this book. Psychological thriller, totally hooked til the brilliant ending.” A Hull

Read more reviews of Chris’s work. 

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