Lorne Patterson is a psychiatric nurse and community educator who has worked in a number of countries, including Britain, the USA, South Africa and Russia.
A past runner-up in the Irish Sean Ó Faoláin short-story competition, he published his first book, 'Witch', in 2012, and his second novella, 'Bad Blood', in 2013, both to critical acclaim. Currently, he is working on another fiction novel, 'Hour of the Witch', as well as 'Drug Free', a history of drug addiction treatment. He lives in Ireland.
The witch hunts failed. Now it’s their time.
Now it’s their turn.
A police probe into the death of a sexual predator leads Detective Sergeant Jamie McFadden to Haven. To the outside world the Scottish clinic is a place of physical and spiritual recovery, but as McFadden soon discovers, Haven’s history runs deeper and darker than anyone could possibly imagine…