Tears at Bedtime by Andrew Crofts & Tom Wilson

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At just six years old Tom Wilson fell prey to a predator of the worst sort. David Murphy was supposed to be his carer, instead he lifted his victims from their beds in the dead of night, and Tom was powerless to stop it.



Tom endured years of horrific abuse which led to years of silence and self-torture. He grew up to be a troubled man, stumbling through care homes, schools, borstal and eventually prison. The damage that was done to him in those early years had destroyed his life.



Then, one day, Tom read a newspaper article which unlocked the terrible memories he'd kept hidden for over forty tormented years. And a painful battle for justice began...

 

About Andrew Crofts & Tom Wilson

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Tom Wilson was placed in the care of the Scottish social services at just 10 months old. It wasn't until he was 45 that he first spoke about the terrible attrocities he endured during the six years he was at St Margaret's Children's Home in Fife. Tom Wilson is married and his brother is the world famous darts player, Jocky Wilson. Andrew Crofts has been a freelance writer and author for over thirty years and his ghostwritten works include several Sunday Times number one bestsellers. Other inspirational memoirs he has ghosted include Betrayed by Lyndsey Harris, Shattered by Mavis Marsh, Sold by Zana Mushen, The Little Prisoner by Jane Elliott, The Kid by Kevin Lewis, Please Daddy, No by Stuart Howarth, For a House Made of Stone by Gina French, My Family is All I Have by Helen-Alice Dear, Pete - My Story by Pete Bennett and Just a Boy by Richard McCann. He is also the author of The Freelance Writer's Handbook.
 
Published December 15, 2010 by Cornerstone Digital. 354 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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