Lethal Guardian

Rated 4.33/5 based on 6 reviews
Nathan, 9 and his sister Chloe, 6, lose their parents in a car crash. They go to live with their mother's twin sister, a loving woman who is determined to give them a good life. Her husband, however, is a social misfit of a man raised single-handedly by a religiously obsessed mother. To please her, he has married a woman, despite being more attracted to men and, tragically for Nathan, young boys. More
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About Paul J Turner

Paul J Turner was born in 1964 in Wombourne, Central England. After underachieving at school, something he apportions to 'messing around', he finally pulled his socks up and started training to be a psychiatric nurse at age 19. During almost 20 years working in the UK's National Health Service, he worked with people suffering from various disorders including the perpetrators and victims of sexual abuse and people with alcohol problems.

He has had a long-term ambition to write a novel and decided to draw upon his professional experience for his first book.

He now lives in Atherstone in Warwickshire, is married for the second time and has two grown-up children from his previous marriage.

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Reviews of Lethal Guardian by Paul J Turner

Jennifer C reviewed on April 11, 2019

Read the book but I must question what possesses a man to write about pedophilia in an excitable manner.
(reviewed 7 years after purchase)
Mary Braut reviewed on Dec. 26, 2012

Excellent book! Very easy to read. The story is very captivating. From the moment I started reading, I couldn't put it down.
Looking forward to his next book!
(reviewed 53 days after purchase)
Clio Charot reviewed on Nov. 20, 2012

Great debut for the author.
I really liked the format of the narration, and the speed at which characters and events are presented.
The topic is certainly a heavy one, but it is told in such an all-round way that it's really easy to read.
I encourage the writer to keep up the good work!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
shell baker reviewed on Oct. 24, 2012

Wow what a brilliant first novel after a friend recommending this to me and reading the blog i gave it ago and couldnt put it down i read it in one afternoon. The first chapter leaves you wanting to know whats goin to happen next which carrys on throughout the story. The subject matter can be uncomfortable in some parts but this is needed with the subject of child abuse, bearing in mind this is fiction not a NON fiction novel like other novels about child abuse. I feel the author has described scenes really well. I gave this novel five stars if your looking for a gripping fast-paced, well written story this is well worth a read. I am looking forward to reading more storys by this author.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Louise Iliffe reviewed on Oct. 23, 2012

A book I couldn't put down. Very well written and I have recommended it to friends and relatives. There are some difficult issues but they are handled in a thought provoking way. I would definitely read another book by this author
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
Emma Joshua reviewed on Oct. 18, 2012

What a fantastic book!!!! I have read many books similar to this and it is most definatley up there with the best I strongly recommend this book to everyone and hope the author writes more books as good as this one!!!
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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