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Jan. 20, 2022
Lyndon Haynes
Fiction: Thriller
An unrelenting heatwave has hit the streets of London; the city is a furnace, a sweatbox of people melting on their daily grind. Within the confines of one council estate lies a coldness, a sharp icy blast of harsh unforgiving and betrayal.

For one young family in particular, a wind of change is on the horizon, in fact, a storm is brewing so fierce that the wreckage it leaves behind is injurious.

Rosa is a young woman struggling to find her own identity after coming to terms with the death of her parents. Her life has been turned upside down, leaving Mexico under a dark cloud in a crime protection programme with her two brothers Jesus and Dani.

Forced to move to a new city, learning a new language, culture and experiencing some harsh realities during her formative teenage years, life has been bleak and lonely. Under the rule of her brothers, she feels worthless, treated like a slave and stifled from normality. Rosa's world is harsh, but when by chance she meets a smart businessman called Daniel Rosewood her life changes for the better, she finally sees a chink of light offering the chance of hope and freedom.

Rosa's story is a compelling rollercoaster of emotional highs and lows as she enters a quest for love while questioning her loyalty to the same brothers who isolate her. Daniel offers her everything she’s been craving but she knows that every choice she makes will impact the world around her.
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Originally from Tottenham North London, Lyndon Haynes began his career as a child actor starring in a BAFTA award winning children’s drama at the age of fifteen. Lyndon then turned his writing skills to music and featured as a rapper in the successful UK hip hop band The Sindecut who were signed to Virgin records in 1990, completing a UK and European tour with Soul to Soul.

After almost twenty-five years in the music industry, Lyndon followed his passion for writing by attending a creative writing course at Enfield College in North London.
Within three years, he wrote his first book entitled This Functional Family, published by Book Guild publishing in 2011. The book received positive reviews and enabled him to join an esteemed list of UK Black authors.
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