Delighted to join the blog tour today for Reckless by R.J. McBrien! Keep scrolling for more about this very exciting title and its fabulous author!
About the Book:
You think you’ll stay the same – you won’t. Infidelity will change you forever. There can be no going back.
Kirsten Calloway knows she should be grateful. She has a stable marriage, decent job, and a wonderful teenage daughter. But she also has a raging libido that won’t shut up, and a husband who’d rather go on a bike ride.
She bumps into an old friend at a school reunion who faces a similar problem. Dianne, though, has found the answer: a discreet agency which arranges casual sex for people just like them, people who want to keep their marriages but also scratch that itch.
Enter Zac: younger, handsome and everything Kirsten could hope for in bed. For a while, they seem to have it all. Kirsten even finds herself becoming a better wife and mother. But Zac wants more – a lot more, and he’ll stop at nothing to get it.
Sexually charged, shocking and relatable, Reckless is a profound exploration of marriage, motherhood and desire.
About the Author:
RJ McBrien attended York University, the Sorbonne and graduated from the Yale School of Drama. He writes for TV (Wallander, Spooks and Trust for ITV) and has sold scripts to major Hollywood studios, for whom he regularly works as a script doctor. Reckless is his first novel.
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EXTRACT FROM OFFICER’S REPORT
|Report of:||Detective Constable S. L. Talbot|
|To:||Incident Room – Operation 1765/Y/C9|
|Subject:||Discovery of Body at Network Rail Railway Cutting S72/B South,Beckenham|
At 02.18 hrs on 15 June 2019, police received a 999 call from a mobile telephone. The caller, who asked to remain anonymous, reported coming across the deceased body of an IC1 male at a railway cut- ting near Ravensbourne railway station. The caller appeared to be intoxicated by an unknown substance but was lucid and distressed. His mobile number has not been traced.
At 02.32 hrs PS Kemble and PC Jordan attended the scene. It was immediately apparent that the person was deceased and had suffered injuries con- sistent with a glancing blow from a train. There had been no reports of any train versus person collisions in the area.
PS Kemble requested paramedicsattend to declare life extinct whichthey did at 03.07 hrs. Scenes of
Crime Officers were called to record thescene with
both still and video photography, and a search of the
immediate area was carried out.
There appeared to be no suspiciouscircumstances and, due to the locationand lack of obvious signs of violenceor drugs misuse, the initial hypothesiswas that this was either suicide or anaccidental death.
The body was recovered to PrincessRoyal Hospital mortuary for post-mortem. On arrival the body and clothing were searched. There were notattoos, pierc- ings or distinguishingmarks. No wallet, wedding ring,
phone or jacket and no identification onthe body. A
lip salve, stick of chewing gum, wetsection of card-
board and some tissue were recoveredfrom the front trouser pockets. These have been sent for forensic examination.
At the time of writing, the bodyremains in Princess Royal Hospitalmortuary, its identity unknown.
Statements from PS Kemble and PCJordan attached.
Report submitted for information.
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