The Song of the Psychopath by Mark Tilbury @MTilburyAuthor #TheSongOfThePsychopath #NewRelease #BlogBitz #BookReview #TwistedTilbury

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A year after going missing from home, Tommy Scarlett is found unconscious in an isolated country road. He has a fractured skull, broken wrist, and numerous other injuries. Recovering in hospital, Tommy has no recollection of the past. He doesn’t even recognize his own family.

After returning home, Tommy suffers severe headaches and acute depression. Desperate to help him, his father puts him into the care of a private therapist. But Tommy soon learns his troubles are far from over.

As the past is slowly unlocked, it becomes increasingly clear that Tommy has suffered an ordeal so horrendous it beggars belief. And those responsible are determined to silence him by any means possible.

Can Tommy find out what really happened to him and bring those responsible to justice?

Or will the past finally catch up with him and finish him off for good?

BUY LINK: Song Of The Psychopath 


Well if things weren’t bad enough for what poor Tommy Scarlett had gone through, after being missing for a year! Tommy has woken up in the hospital with broken bones, finding out he has been abused in every way possible, a complete loss of memory and facing a world with Covid running riot! I am delighted that someone has made this part of everyday life for 2021 reads!

Twisted Tilbury, as regular readers of this author have come to know him, lives up to this gruesome title yet again. The characters that are from the dregs of terminally damaged people, which are impossible to heal.

Tommy is sat on the fence until his mind decides which side he will come down on. My heart was pounding with every episode he experienced with PTSD flashbacks that put his family and him in severe danger.

All of the Scarlett family are feeling like they are to blame for his disappearance in the first place, so they all have issues to overcome. His older sister swears that she will never give up on him and feels the blame falls on her the most.

I thought the characters were perfect in the story. OMG, the story is so edgy, and I was never sure of just how far Tommy would go when he had his flashbacks. The last third of this story just blew me away, it is one of the best I have read for shocks and tingles. I couldn’t read anything else for days after this. Twisted Tilbury is keeping his worthy title. What a beaut!

I wish to thank the author for an e-copy of this book which I have reviewed honestly.


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Mark lives in a small village in the lovely county of Cumbria, although his books are set in Oxfordshire where he was born and raised.

He’s always had a keen interest in writing and after being widowed and raising his two daughters, Mark finally took the plunge and began self-publishing. After being published by an indie publisher Mark has now returned to self-publishing and is re-launching his back catalogue, before a new thriller is due out March 2021

When he’s not writing, Mark can be found playing guitar, reading and walking.



Song Of The Psychopath

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