‘I know I has special needs. So does Stanley and Francis and Billy and Josh. People don’t listen to us, ’cause they thinks we’re thick in our heads.’
Charlie works at St Patrick’s residential home, where the walls are so thick no one can hear you cry. He’s asking child protection expert Shane Dunphy for help, before someone gets murdered.
Charlie tells him of mistreatment, brutality and random cruelty, and now Maisie, his girlfriend, a resident at the home, has gone missing. When Shane finds out what has happened to Maisie, he knows he’s uncovered a world of trouble.
Shane works his connections and, together with the ingenuity of the care home residents, attempts to subvert and infiltrate the system and bring the guilty to justice.
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- Bettina Stone
Another great read Shane had me hooked from the first chapter loved all the boys what beautiful souls.
spectacular best book yet!
Shane's writing will always guarantee a good read/listen but this book has in my opinion surpassed the rest of his books. The plot and subplot heald my interest until the end. The only thing left to do is wait for the next !
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