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The Cut

By: Richard Armitage
Narrated by: Richard Armitage
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Publisher's Summary

The brand new psychological thriller from bestselling author Richard Armitage.

Welcome to Barton Mallet, a remote village in the Midlands that has been chosen as the unlikely location for a new feature film from Hollywood producer Max Crow. Teenagers from the local drama group are encouraged to audition for a story about the trials and tribulations of growing up.

Benjamin Knot, the CEO of a well-known architecture firm, discovers that his children, Lily and Nathan, have each been offered a role.

But Barton Mallet has a deep wound that has never truly healed. Once upon a time, the notorious Cheney End, a secret trail leading to Blackstone Mill, was the scene of a brutal murder. A young girl was killed, and a group of school friends had their lives shattered. One of them went to prison.

Thirty years later, the truth of what really happened in Barton Mallet is dragged out of the dark and brought into sharp focus.

Committed to film...forever.

©2024 Richard Armitage (P)2024 Audible Ltd.

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