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A chilling new thriller from Bernard Taylor, the award-winning author of The Godsend and Sweetheart, Sweetheart
Once a celebrated singer, Rosemary Paul is now an embittered woman in her sixties, forgotten by nearly everyone but her assistant, Carrie Markham, who idolizes her and panders to her every need. When Rosemary receives the unexpected news that her record company is dusting off one of her albums for a reissue, the old hunger for fame and success is reignited, and with Carrie’s help she begins to plan her big comeback. But as preparations commence, long buried secrets begin to resurface, and Rosemary’s quest for fame at any price will lead to murder . . .
The new novel by Bernard Taylor, the bestselling author of The Godsend and Mother’s Boys, The Comeback is a psychological thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat with a plot whose twists and turns will keep you guessing until the final page.
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Bernard Taylor was born in Swindon, Wiltshire, and now lives in London. Following active service in Egypt in the Royal Air Force, he studied Fine Arts in Swindon, then at Chelsea School of Art and Birmingham University. On graduation he worked as a teacher, painter and book illustrator before going as a teacher to the United States. While there, he took up acting and writing and continued with both after his return to England. He has published ten novels under his own name, including The Godsend (1976), which was adapted for a major film, and Sweetheart, Sweetheart (1977), which Charles L. Grant has hailed as one of the finest ghost stories ever written. He has also written novels under the pseudonym Jess Foley, as well as several works of nonfiction. He has won awards for his true crime writing and also for his work as a playwright. It was during his year as resident playwright at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch that he wrote The Godsend. There Must Be Evil, his latest true crime study, is to be published in England in September.