Iniquities Trilogy 2

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” - Edmund Burke

Charles Donaldson did not expect his mother's funeral to disturb the quiet routine of his comfortable life.

He had not been close to her, indeed he had hardly known her.

On the day of the funeral Charles learns something of the history of Max, his friend and benefactor, and Monika, their housekeeper.

On that day he also makes an enemy of his cousin whose greed leads to blackmail, a joyless marriage and more than one unexplained death.

On that day, also, he quarrels with his sister, Susannah, leading them both to re-assess what is important in their lives.

Published by Troubador Publishing April 2007
ISBN: 978-1905886517 (PB)
ISBN: 978-1-905886524 (HB)
ISBN: 978-1848768802 (eBook)

“Continuing the saga of the dysfunctional Donaldson family this can also be a standalone novel (I read it first, before The Last Dance). I’m beginning to like some of the characters and look forward to the final part.”DM, Bristol

“Quite dark in places as a woman’s life is all but destroyed by the machinations of ‘dark forces’. 1976 comes to life as ‘a good man does nothing’ and ‘evil prevails’. Gripping.”JB, Shropshire