Drawing its inspiration from a love of the Dorset coast and the music of Joni Mitchell, The Gallery is the final book in a trilogy which grows steadily darker as the story unfolds.Michael is now 18 and has inherited the legacy left to him by his friend Alfred Carey. He is co-owner of a New York art gallery run by Niko Perkowski’s sister who is about to arrange a debut exhibition of his work. There has been a spate of killings in the city and, with Jonah on paternity leave, Detective Sarah Kennedy finds herself in charge of the homicide team.Marcie and Richard are now a couple and have taken over the beach café from Annie. Tom unknowingly makes Richard aware of Tasha’s fate and, consumed with a need for revenge, he heads north to seek out Jake. Following her experiences in Appalachia, Abigail has joined a large children’s charity. In her role as liaison officer she works closely with the police in an attempt to bring to justice a vicious London-based sex trafficking ring.Disillusioned with the pressures and trappings of fame, Tyler’s band breaks up and the members go their separate ways. When Tyler’s attempt at a solo career fails he is forced to reconsider who he truly is and what he really wants from life. With her blood money all but spent, Amy is working as a maid for a rich plastic surgeon in Manila. He hides a dark secret which renders him vulnerable to Amy’s predatory nature and soon she has hatched a plan guaranteed to bolster her flagging fortunes.