[PDF] Download ☆ Wrong'un | by ✓ Keith A. Pearson

By Keith A. Pearson | Comments: ( 907 ) | Date: ( Jan 20, 2020 )

Sir Charles Huxley, a former government minister, kept a dark secret a secret he should have taken to the grave when he died in 1999 His son, William, now lives an uneventful life in his father s shadow A middle aged bachelor, all he has to worry about is his seemingly pointless job as a backbench Westminster politician, and his lonely existence or, so he thought OnSir Charles Huxley, a former government minister, kept a dark secret a secret he should have taken to the grave when he died in 1999 His son, William, now lives an uneventful life in his father s shadow A middle aged bachelor, all he has to worry about is his seemingly pointless job as a backbench Westminster politician, and his lonely existence or, so he thought One evening, William has a chance encounter which sets off an escalating series of sinister events, culminating in a damning revelation about his father s past That revelation drags William into the darkest of blackmail plots With his blackmailer having cunningly closed every exit, William is trapped, and faces personal and financial ruin That is until an odd job man working at his local bar steps forward and offers help With no alternative, William is forced to join his peculiar saviour on a desperate mission to stop his blackmailer, and unearth the shattering truth behind his father s secret.


  • Title: Wrong'un
  • Author: Keith A. Pearson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Keith A. Pearson

Hello there I m Keith, an indie author from Hampshire in the UK Here are a few fairly uninteresting facts about me1 I m currently working on two writing projects 30 Days of Doyle will be released in July 2017 and Twelve Letters to Lilly in December 2017.2 When I was born in the 70s, the name Keith had some kudos I was actually named after Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones the coolest man on the planet at the time Then there was the slightly unhinged drummer of The Who, Keith Moon I don t know what happened but somehow my name is now anything but cool.3 The A in my name is a necessary evil I m not being pretentious There are several published authors called Keith Pearson, and a semi famous bluegrass banjo player If you book me rather than my musical namesake to play at your folk club, you ll be disappointed That A is important.If you re interested in discovering useless information about me, take a look at my website keithapearson



Comments Wrong'un

  • Mark Draper

    I really enjoyed the first book (and if you've not read it, do so before reading this one) so I was interested to see where book 2 would go. Once again the big man is back to help out someone in a rather unfortunate situation, which I won't go into for fear of spoiling the plot. Although Clements situation is referred to, it's not really part of the book in the way it was in book one. That's not a problem, I really enjoyed this book and I whizzed through this in a matter of days as it's another [...]


  • Gareth Price

    This is the second book in the 'Clement' series though can easily be read as a standalone. I loved the first book and this one is as good as that if not better. The characters and situations are so wonderfully written and brought to life, a cracking story full of twists and turns at a pace that just keeps you engaged throughout so that you just don't want to stop reading it - a real page turner / screen swiper (on Kindle!) so to speak, I absolutely flew through this as with all his other books. [...]


  • Katherine Schmidt

    A brilliant follow up to Who Sent ClementI enjoyed this book every much as the first Clement novel. I really enjoy Keith A Pearson's writing style and his books always move along at a good pace.It does work as a standalone book but I think was much better for having read the first one as there wasn't that much reference made to Clement's back story.This author can't write quickly enough for me, I'm already looking forward to whatever comes from him next!


  • christina coleman

    A Clement fanCouldn't put it down. Once again the mysterious Clement seems to be atoning for his past life, although the reader is left guessing and wondering when and where his next wrapping up of a good deed will occur. Oh well looking forward to the next instalment. Keep up with the imaginative story line's Keith


  • Dean Owen

    Even betterI liked Clement book 1 a lot, but I found this one even better.And the ending had me start misting up in the pub, which isn't normal for me. Cheers for that.The narrator in this book was a very well written character, I'll miss him now I've finished the book.Is recommended this book to anyone.


  • jo-ann bailes

    I absolutely love this book. I could not put this book down and read it in one sitting and I'm not ashamed to say the ending got me quite emotional. I adore Clement and look forward to reading his next adventure. I thoroughly recommend this book.


  • Louise Grant-towns

    Excellent!A charming read which left me wanting more! Love Clement! Very enjoyable and hope there's another Clement book to follow !


  • Deborah Nock

    I love Clement!Once again, this is a great story that get me gripped throughout. Clement is one of the greats, and I can't wait to read about his next task!


  • James GH Cowan

    A real page turnerFull of convincing broken characters who never fail to surprise page after page and a twisting plot that keeps you on the edge of your seat right to the last paragraph.


  • Mrs C Oldroyd

    A Good'unA great read. The second instalment about Clement a man (or angel) in search of redemption.A story of family lost and a lost man.Fabulous.


  • F M

    Excellent book I've really enjoyed reading this book and the first one in the series. I'm hoping a new installment won't be too long in coming.


  • Howard Weaver

    A good follow up to Clement but Clement was exceptional so hard to equal.


  • Miss Dizzy Read

    Read it as slow as I could, now I've got to wait for more. :-(


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