The brand new gripping, gritty crime thriller from Kerry Barnes that will have you hooked.
‘This gripping page-turner will leave you gasping in horror, yet entirely mesmerised’ Woman’s Weekly
‘A gripping gangland thriller’ Bella
‘An absolute must read from this talented author’ Jacqui Rose on The Hunted
‘A shocking, gripping read’ Dreda Say Mitchell on The Hunted
‘Sweeps along at a breakneck pace’ Anna Smith on The Hunted
‘Page turner’ New! on The Rules
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The wrong choice may just get you killed…
Mike Regan and Zara Ezra believe the so-called Governor is safely locked away – in Zara’s hangar.
But less than twenty-four hours later, the Governor is loose and out there, wreaking havoc.
After what Zara made him do to his own son, she knows he’ll be back with more than murder on his mind.
Moving the families to a safe place was all the firm could do to protect them. But now one of the boys goes missing. It can only mean one thing – the Governor has started his revenge.
Zara is faced with an unimaginable choice just as she forced the Governor to make his – only this time, it could cost the man she loves his life.
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Readers can’t get enough of The Choice:
‘Another explosive book … this third instalment had me gripped from the first chapter … 5 stars is not enough to rate this’
‘Kerry is undeniably the new title holder queen of crime’
‘Couldn't put it down. Just brilliant, such a gripping read’
‘This has to be the best book yet’
‘Loved, loved, loved this book! This is a must read’
Praise for The Choice
‘This gripping page-turner will leave you gasping in horror, yet entirely mesmerised’
‘A gripping gangland thriller’
Praise for Kerry Barnes
‘A shocking, gripping read’
Dreda Say Mitchell
‘Sweeps along at a breakneck pace’
'Another cracker from Kerry Barnes. The Hunted> is a rollercoaster ride!’
‘An absolute must read from this talented author’
About the author
Kerry Barnes, born in 1964, grew up on a council estate in South-East London. Pushed by her parents to become a doctor, she entered the world of science and became a microbiologist. After studying law and pharmaceuticals, her career turned to medicine. Having dyslexia didn’t deter her from her passion for writing. She began writing when her daughter was born thirty years ago. Once her children had grown up she moved to the Kent coast and now writes full time.