The past had been buried. But now someone has remembered . . .
Prolific lawyer Charlie Priest has bet his career on one case, but when his star witness turns up brutally murdered on the first morning of the trial, things start to fall apart.
Priest knows there's a vicious killer out there, but as the bodies begin to pile up, he soon realises that he's caught in a web of corruption that protects a deadly secret: one that threatens to tear him and those he cares about apart. And Priest has demons of his own to battle, suffering from dissociative disorder, a condition so destructive that it leaves him questioning the truth of his own existence.
Can Priest uncover the truth before it's too late?
'Had me gripped form the first page . . . Engaging, complicated and compelling' Adam Hamdy, author of Pendulum
'Macabre and magnificent, The Ash Doll cranks up the tension from page one and doesn't let go until its breathless conclusion' Mark Hill, author of His First Lie