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1985: a man runs for his life - exhausted, wounded, hunted remorselessly by a female assassin known only as The Head Hunter. Kerry and Lorraine, different ages and from different worlds, come together when Claire Lumsdon, Kerry's sister, is violently kidnapped - the fourth in a series of abductions of young girls.
Sheila Quigley started work at the age of fifteen as a presser in Hepworths, a tailoring factory. She married at eighteen and had three daughters: Dawn, Janine and Diane and a younger son, Michael. Recently divorced she now has eight grandchildren, six boys and two girls, and every Saturday and Sunday can be found at a football match for the under tens and under fifteens. Sheila has lived on the Homelands Estate (at present with her son and two dogs) at Houghton-le-Spring near Sunderland for 30 years. Run For Home was her first crime novel, and established her as a bestselling author of crime fiction. She has written many more books in the Lorraine Hunt series and has also written a new series: the DI Mike Yorke detective books.