What We Saw by Ryan Casey

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Liam and Adam arrive at their grandparents' caravan site like any pair of young cousins: mischievous and fascinated by mystery and adventure.

But when the disappearance of their dog leads to a terrifying discovery deep in the nearby woods, Liam and Adam are plunged into a very adult world of secrecy and suspicion. As the story twists and turns towards a shocking conclusion, the dark secrets of the seemingly sleepy community begin to unravel...

What We Saw is a touching and thrilling mystery novel with elements of comedy, friendship, suspense and coming of age. Told from the innocent perspective of a child, it poses the ultimate question: if you stumbled upon a shocking discovery as a child, how would you react?

Praise for What We Saw:

"A hundred-percent up-to-date... reinventing the mystery novel for a new generation." - Andrew Toynbee, author of A Construct of Angels.

"A mystery that will keep you sitting on the edge... I truly loved this book. 5-stars." - Barbara Brown, BookShelves of Dreams.

"The writing is clean, the imagery vibrantly descriptive, and the story, though fictional, carries realistic emotion that hits the core of the reader." - Leanne Sype, writer & editor.

"Fabulous writing and fabulous characters coupled with an awesome plot make for one amazing novel." - Liz Terek, book reviewer.

About Ryan Casey

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Ryan Casey is a mystery/thriller author from Preston, Lancashire, in the UK. When he can't be found writing, he generally can't be found. He is the author of What We Saw and of short stories Something in the Cellar and Silhouette. He regularly blogs about life, mystery writing and publishing/marketing tips over at his website.
Published November 27, 2012 by Higher Bank Books. 312 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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