A dark and gripping psychological mystery.
Fresh from the horrors of their last case, private investigators Ben and Maddie are plunged into a disturbing world of terror as they search for missing pregnant girl, Hannah Heath.
Drawn to Frank Crowley, a suspect in Hannah’s disappearance, Maddie is about to come face to face with true evil. As she gets close to Crowley, Maddie will learn all is not what it seems.
Crowley is just a small part of something much larger. Something so terrible and deranged, it defies reason.
When Maddie disappears, Ben is left in a desperate race against time to find her and uncover the truth.
But can Ben and Maddie both survive this time?
This is a very well written and fast-paced book which spring a number of surprises along the way. This series plus the superb Abattoir Of Dreams make Mark Tilbury a writer to follow closely.
5* Goodreads review from Chris Nolan.
The Ben Whittle Investigation series is without a doubt great for readers who love a book full of mystery and suspense. With much loved characters like Jessica Fletcher and Columbo, I reckon Ben and Maddie could easily earn their places in readers hearts. A great series and can not wait to read more.
4* review from Sarah Hardy at Bytheletterbookreviews
This is the second book of Tilbury’s I’ve read and I’m beginning to understand that his strength lies in creating baddies, they really are so bad and so fascinating – fleshed out beautifully so we can understand the workings of their minds.
5* review from bestselling author, Shani Struthers.
Riddled with dark intent and shady motives, The Eyes of The Accused builds on the previous novel in the series, develops the main characters (two excellent leads) and asks questions of the readers’ own morality, as Tilbury’s books often do.
5* review from author and blogger, Mark Wilson.
The Eyes of the Accused is a gripping and addictive thriller that has surpassed all my expectations. With a very fresh set of characters and a plot to shock you I think this book is a standout read.
5* review from Ronnie at ronnieturner
Tilbury once again astounds me with the type of villains he creates. The perpetrator here was creepy, crazy and downright depraved. I’m not sure whether I should be in awe of this talent or slighty scared, but either way I’m a huge fan of his skill and throughly impressed.
4* review from Amy at Novelgossip
Some relationships are beautiful, some testy and some so toxic that it is no wonder some of the characters are not quite playing with a full deck of cards. All are brilliantly observed.
4* review from Jen Lucas at Jen Med’s Reviews
Now the story, well you get the same great team working the case but oh boy just love Mark Tilbury’s mind because it seems like he is literally bursting with so many different angles for the criminal side. It’s like comparing Venus to Mars, you just can’t. Just brilliant! Each one is so unique that it makes it impossible to second guess the plot.
5* from Susan Hampson at Booksfromdusktilldawn