Police tape still lay in the bushes from the days Beckingridge Manor was closed as a crime scene. It was the first thing music tutor Vincent noticed upon arrival.

Little George Beckingridge has become too much for his family to handle. Perhaps music lessons from the talented Mr Baines will give him something more positive to focus on.

Assigned as tutor to George Beckingridge, Vincent arrives at the manor.

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“I’ll warn you Mr Baines, you have your work cut out for you. Our George has been an absolute nightmare lately.”

Elizabeth Beckingridge

Before he became the Maestro, VINCENT BAINES was a struggling student. A series of haunting photographs inside an old violin case showed his instinct was right. His friend was in a lot of trouble.

“Ever since he was a small boy Vincent longed for somewhere he could lock his problems away. Now he could thanks to that house in the middle of nowhere that even the police had no interest in.”

Out of Key

1105: Interview with Vincent Baines

I am now speaking to a well presented gentleman. He is groomed, well dressed and watching me keenly. However, he struggles with serious personality issues and his residence at Harbour House came at a huge cost.

Character Profile: Daniel Weir

Daniel learned the hard way that trust and kindness only get you so far when the policy of your family hotel is that once the reservations are made you pay no mind to what goes on behind the closed doors.

As long as it takes

You see, it wouldn’t do good for the residents of Harbour House to look at what went beyond the safe little world that had been created for them.

Look me in the Eye

I listened, smiled, said what he wanted to hear.

I even pretended to be sweet and kind.

Ten things you (probably) didn’t know about George Beckingridge

He’s an adorable little psychopath, right? Well perhaps not. He tends to rile the readers but he does give a lot to talk about. So with that in mind here are ten things you (probably) didn’t know about the heir to the BECKINGRIDGE TOWER.

Character profile: George Beckingridge

He has a psychopathic nature with a wealth and family name behind him that would have him see no consequences. George is a dangerous presence among polite society.

Rules of Rehabilitation

What do a drug addicted artist, a disgraced former music teacher and a night club owning show girl have in common? They are all residents of Harbour House.

A Cry for Help

“He’s just spoiled,” she said. This was different though. Her nephew George was something different.

Character Profile: Elizabeth Beckingridge.

A former wild child Elizabeth opts for the quiet life mostly but when she does appear in public she is guaranteed give the press reason to talk about her.

Financial Plan

CEO Ernest Beckingridge is woken with a call.
“Get down here quickly. Clients and staff and jumping from the roof of Beckingridge tower!”

Lofty Heights: Beckingridge Tower

The tallest building in City Main and home of the great financial empire. A city can’t run without cold hard cash.

Checking out Teacher

The parents are excited to learn a new music teacher will be joining the faculty.
They can’t help but feel there is something a little off about him though…

Resident 1105: Vincent Baines. OBSESSION

Those little mind worms can wriggle deep.

But you have an public persona that you need to keep.

They wriggle, the squirm and they embed

You can’t get those thoughts out of your head.

There’s one place obsession can meet its cure

In Harbour House, that I can assure.

For ten years Vincent stayed hidden. His obsessions had him trapped. Now he looks to Harbour House for a cure.

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