Gary Mullen is in Hell. He’s lost his son in a tragic accident. His marriage is on the rocks, he’s lost his job, he’s out of money... our story starts as Mullen stands looking into London’s Highgate cemetery, bereft.
On the surface Matt Flowers has everything - a successful restaurant business, a lovely daughter and a secure marriage. However, he is not as blamelessly charming as we might have imagined - with a string of infidelities to his name, and a chequered financial history. When Matt knocks into perfect stranger Mullen, he saunters on to work, oblivious to the split second collision that has changed his life forever. Because in this split second Mullen realises his mission. The next best thing to
climbing out of Hell... is dragging someone else down with you. As the bad things start to ‘happen’ to Matt, his veneer of cool bohemian chic begins to crack. Mullen watches in fascination as Matt’s life unravels - much as Mullen’s own. Eventually, Mullen is the one person left that Matt trusts. Until one day, Mullen’s cover is blown. The hunter becomes the hunted. The Enemies stand face to face.
Cookies on our web page
Cookies are short text files that are sent from a website and stored on user’s computer, smartphone or any other device accessing websites through the Internet. They can be used to collect information on how users browse a website, and can thus adapt the contents of the website to users’ interests when they browse the same website in the future, ensuring the best user experience. A cookie usually contains a string of letters and numbers that is stored on user’s computer when they visit a
certain website. Each time the user visits the website, the latter is notified of the stored cookie, thereby enabling recognition of the user.
Types of cookies
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies let you move around the website and use its essential features. Without these cookies, services you’ve asked for (e.g. registration, shopping activities, safety, etc.) will not function.
These cookies collect information on how visitors use a website with the purpose of improving their user experience (for instance, which pages visitors go to most often, etc.). These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor.
These cookies allow the website to remember your settings and choices you make (user name, language, region, etc.) and provide enhanced, personalised features. These cookies may track your actions on the website.
Tracking cookies are related to third-party services (e.g. advertising and social networks), such as the ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ buttons. These cookies may track your actions on the website. They are managed and hosted by third parties.
Cookies on this website