The chilling new thriller by the author of SORRY When a snowstorm halts traffic on a German autobahn, drivers are forced to spend the night in their cars. As day breaks, scores of people are found dead. Theories are rife. Was it an argument? Was it drugs, revenge or madness? At first everyone agrees that several people must have acted together. No-one could have committed such an atrocity alone. It is only over time that theories come to focus on an individual perpetrator, and the Traveller is born. As he makes his way across a country gripped by fear, he's searching for his next victim...You
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Zoran Drvenkar was born in Croatia in 1967 and moved to Germany when he was three years old. He has been working as a writer since 1989 and doesn't like to be pinned down to one genre. He has written over twenty novels, ranging from children's and young adult books to the darker crime novels Sorry and You. In 2010, Sorry won Germany's Friedrich Glauser Prize for crime fiction. He lives in an old mill outside Berlin.Review:
'At once a road novel, a thriller that actually thrills, and a stylish experiment in point of view. It is also a novel of character, and it's this aspect that lifts the book above the level of most contemporary crime fiction' WASHINGTON POST Praise for Zoran Drvenkar: 'The kind of thriller, the kind of novel, that doesn't come along every day ... Stunning ... Sorry thrills, and it thrills immaculately' New York Times Book Review 'As dark a novel as I have read in years...for those with quick minds and strong stomachs, Sorry is an impressive debut' The Times 'Very dark, very sinister, very original' Joanne Harris 'Shocking, compelling, disturbing' Michael Robotham, author of Say You're Sorry 'Taut, tense and terrific' Sean Black, author of The Innocent
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Book Description HarperCollins. Book Condition: New. 2014. Paperback. . . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # KEC0000640
Book Description HarperCollins, 2014. Book Condition: New. 2014. Paperback. . . . . . . Bookseller Inventory # KEC0000640