Some people will stop at thing in their pursuit of wealth and power. Indeed, the greedy will often resort to murder. You've been through a stressful time recently, my fiance, Dr Alan Storey, said. I'm off to Bulgaria to attend a psychology conference so why don't you accompany me and we'll throw in a holiday as well. Great idea, I thought. However, when I arrived in Bulgaria my inquisitive nature compelled me towards a mystery dating back to the Second World War. That mystery involved Emil Angelov, the Hermit of Hisarya. As I delved into the past I stirred up some ghosts, which led to murder and the prospect of spending the rest of my days in a Bulgarian gaol. The Hermit of Hisarya - a story of corruption, of murder, of a woman and her seventy-year-old dream, offering proof that the past, the present and the future are all intrinsically entwined.
Hannah Howe lives in the picturesque county of Glamorgan with her partner and their two children. She has a university degree and a background in psychology, which she uses as a basis for her novels. Hannah began her writing career at school when her teacher asked her to write the school play. She has been writing ever since. When not writing or researching or dreaming up storylines for her novels, Hannah enjoys reading, genealogy and music. She has a deep knowledge of 1960s and 1970s popular culture and is a keen student of the private detective novel and its history. Hannah's books are enjoyed by readers in Britain, America, Australia and Europe, and those books regularly feature in the top ten of Amazon's crime and private detective charts. For more details please visit http: //hannah-howe.com