Financial deprivation and personal demons of the past lead young man Foss and six of his closest friends to burgle the abandoned house of a retired entrepreneur. Deano, the crook of the group, leads Foss and the others to the home in hope it will be a simple way to make some money - fast. On entering the house they search for objects of worth and petty cash - but that's not all they find...
Foss and the others search the old rusted building but the search comes to halt as they discover an alarming stash of money and drugs. Fearful that he and his friends have become involved in something far worse than they bargained for, Foss leaves the burglary thinking about how he is going to adjust, unnoticed, to his newfound wealthy lifestyle. Little does he know that his criminal actions will lead to something far more sinister - a chain of events that will change their lives forever.
This mystery-thriller exposes the consequences of being led by temptation. Foss and his friends, who indulge in the seven deadly sins, create their own downfalls. Pride can get the best of you, whilst greed can consume you. Yet how does an individual discover their most indulged sin? To try it?
Underclass 7 is a mind-bending novel that will have the reader questioning their own moral judgement.
T K Williams-Nelson was born in 1995. At the age of 15, she began writing her first novel. She grew up in London which influenced her thirst for knowledge and encouraged her to write. Now aged 18, she is a student at the University of Westminster where she is studying Criminal Justice. She hopes to use the knowledge from her course to help inspire and shape future novels, in particularly crime fiction. Previously published work includes her debut ebook Tales of the Hood (Matador, 2013).