The new psychological thriller from the bestselling author of The Straw Men and The Intruders is a heart-stopping tale of
secrets, lies and our culpability in our own misfortunes
On a beautiful summer's afternoon four-year-old Scott Henderson walked out onto a jetty over a lake in Black Ridge, Washington State. He never came back.
John Henderson's world ended that day, but three years later he's still alive. Living a life, of sorts. Getting by. Until one night he receives an email from a stranger who claims to know what happened to his little boy.
Against his better judgement Henderson returns to Black Ridge, unleashing a terrifying sequence of events that threatens to destroy what remains of everything he once held dear.
Bad things don't just happen to other people - they're waiting round the corner for you too. And when they start to make their way in through the cracks in your life, you won't know until it's far too late…
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‘Fast-moving, sinister and highly accomplished … This is ferocious storytelling of the highest order, with corkscrew twists and turns that make it deliciously scary as the secrets unfold.’ Daily Mail
‘Marshall’s thrillers get creepier with every book.’ Mirror
‘A great read, with a plot packed full of twists and turns’ News of the World
Praise for The Intruders:
‘A good, taut thriller, with lots of action and a very gripping ending; Marshall takes the reader with him on the investigation with a great deal of guile and style.’ Guardian
‘Devilishly clever … a tautly crafted page-turner of the highest order.’ Bookpage
‘Bestseller Marshall outdoes his own high standards with this potent blend of suspense, paranoia and just plain creepiness … a provocative and supremely intelligent thriller’ Publishers Weekly
‘Captures a sense of the menacing inevitable … one of the more bracingly depressing tales of mystery and terror to have been published in recent years’ Time Out
‘Subtle, satisfying – and really scary.’ Kirkus ReviewsReview:
`Marshall's thrillers get creepier with every book.' Mirror
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Book Description Harper Collins, London, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. First edition first printing of the second stand alone novel by this author. In fine / fine unread condition. Language: eng. Bookseller Inventory # 9984
Book Description HarperCollins, 2009. Hard Cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. 1st edition. **New Book**. Bookseller Inventory # 1858