The Face At The Window

A gripping, twisty thriller you won't be able to put down

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Publisher Description

They’re in your house.

They want your life.

And now, they have your baby. 


To the world, I’m @HappyWife. Online, people only see my picture-perfect home, my handsome husband, Nick, and my beautiful baby, Thomas.

They don’t see the real Gemma Adams. They don’t see my past, the dark secrets I’m hiding in my marriage. They don’t see the fear I live in every single day.

But I know someone is watching me. And now, they’ve taken Thomas. 

I just don’t know why. 

But I’m going to stop at nothing to get my baby back. 

Even if it destroys everything I’ve got to find him. 

A twisty, compelling thriller that fans of K.L. Slater and Lisa Jewell won't be able to put down.

Readers love Ruby Speechley's utterly gripping thrillers:

‘I was completely swept away… This will keep you hooked until the last page. I highly recommend this book.’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Review

Brilliant! A fantastic psychological thriller with secrets, lies, blackmail, this twisty story has everything - very suspenseful, I loved it.’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Review

I haven’t been able to put this one down. It has gripped me and kept me guessing throughout.’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Review

The plot twists and the characters were amazing. I would gladly reread it again.’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Review

A scary, chilling read. The book was very hard to put down… readers will want to stay up late at night to find out what is truth and what are the lies - highly recommended!’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Review

‘Absolutely blew me away. I think I may have found a new favourite author!’ ☆☆☆☆☆ Reader Review

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2021
28 July
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
395
Pages
PUBLISHER
Hera
SELLER
Hera Books Ltd
SIZE
736
KB

Customer Reviews

Marns17 ,

A cracking read

The lines between the perfectly curated image created for the world are blurring into a hideous reality where Gemma’s picture perfect life is narrowed to a singular point of focus, the terror of losing her son Thomas. Gemma has carefully created the image of her life that she shares with the world, but who has managed to break through to her reality and turn it into a nightmare.

Ruby Speechley has crafted an evocative and compelling tale that takes you on an emotional rollercoaster. Any story that involves the kidnapping of a child is always going to be a tense read but, the added subjects of domestic abuse and violence adds another layer to it, which Ruby does handle sensitively but doesn’t gloss over the seriousness of them.

The characters have been well developed and are a mix bunch of likeable and unlikable. Ruby has done a great job with them and each brings the story to life in the roles they have been given, good and bad. In terms of the pace it moves fast which is also helped by the short chapters. The only thing I did find was the outcome was a bit rushed but in saying that it still had an impact and did not hinder my overall enjoyment of the book.

Ruby Speechley has fast become one of my favourite authors and it is always such a joy to read her books. The Face at the Window is another example of her creating a gripping, engrossing and well written tale to add to her growing bibliography. All up, this is a cracking read and I look forward to reading what Ruby comes up with for us next.

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