The Outer Circle
IT’S the morning after the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in London. The city is relaxed as rarely before, delighted with itself and how spectacularly it has hosted the uplifting event.
The capital, however, will be rudely and brutally awoken from its self-congratulation by a shocking atrocity committed upon innocent Muslims at the London Central Mosque in Regent’s Park.
How could it happen? Why did it happen? Is this a terrorist attack? Is it religious or political? Or is it personal?
THE OUTER CIRCLE is concerned with the culture of modern Britain. It follows five characters caught up in this tragic event and the aftermath of anxiety and reprisal as the answers dramatically emerge.
“An outstanding debut novel – storytelling at its finest.” STEPHEN LEATHER