You’re an ordinary man living an ordinary life until your wife and young family are killed. The police believe it to be a tragic accident – an unsolved hit and run, but you discover that this is far from the truth.
You instigate a meticulous plan; one of revenge but also of self-preservation. But despite your best efforts the plan begins to unravel and before long you’re on the run and hiding away in a series of bolt-holes as you desperately cling to your freedom.
Written in the first person, Bolt-hole describes the very personal account of university academic, Julian Scott’s turmoil as he comes to terms with the death of his family and strives to achieve a form of resolution.