Being the younger brother of the girls who famously solved a local cold case is usually quite interesting. [name_m]Nathan[/name_m] just didn’t think it would become the sort of interesting that almost gets you hospitalised on a weekly basis.
And then an old case gets dug up more forcefully than anyone could have ever expected.
[name_f]Lily[/name_f] Levisay was murdered almost fifty years ago, and found tied to a tree in the middle of the woods. Hanging by her ankles.
So too was a boy in Nat’s year — admittedly not quite dead, but he’s certainly not in any state to talk. A boy who [name_u]Nat[/name_u], better than almost anyone else, knows people would want to get rid of.
[name_u]Nat[/name_u] Driscoll is no detective.
Then again, neither were his sisters.
And anyway, whoever tried to kill [name_u]Theo[/name_u] [name_m]Hart[/name_m] might be after him now, and since [name_u]Nat[/name_u] rather likes to steer clear of trees and rope and being upside-down when it’s all happening at once… well, maybe solving strange cold cases runs in the family?
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