What goes through your head as time stands still in the seconds before you die? Journalist Teddy Beresford is about to find out.
When he is killed on a notorious stretch of road, everyone assumes that it was an accident.
The key to what really happened lies in Teddy’s bizarre, newspaper-style diary. There is his torrid affair with the driver, a married woman, but his downfall goes far deeper, into a world of broken promises, backstabbing and deceit.
Here in the Cull Valley is a brilliantly perceptive tragi-comedy. This is a novel about betrayal and the destructive nature of sexual obsession.
The story offers a fascinating insight into the vanishing world of Britain’s regional newspapers as, through the diary and two other compelling and unique story-telling devices, the tragedy and its roots are laid bare.