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Publisher Description

Who can she trust?

The fourth gripping Stephanie Patrick thriller. The first novel in the series, The Rhythm Section, is soon to be a major motion picture from the producers of the James Bond film series, starring Jude Law and Blake Lively.

Everyone has a price…

Narrowly surviving a terrorist attack in Paris, Stephanie Patrick finds herself pursued ruthlessly by a faceless enemy, her identity stolen from her.

To give herself a slim possibility of escape, she seizes a hostage: Robert Newman. But is their encounter really just chance?

Hunted from Paris to Vienna, Stephanie and Newman are forced together to survive. Yet the more she learns, the closer Newman seems to be to the heart of the conspiracy.

Stephanie becomes sure of only one thing: that the answers will lie with the person who she knows only as The Third Woman.

Reviews

Praise for ‘The Third Woman':

'Utterly gripping – eat your heart out, Jason Bourne.' Observer

‘This is an outstanding thriller: unusual, satisfying, complex, credible, well-rounded and well-written. It's a page-turner, but one with depth and substance.'Tom Bradby, author of 'The Master of Rain'

‘Mark Burnell…is one of Britain's most accomplished thriller writers.'The Economist

‘Mark Burnell brings the espionage novel right up to date…it makes an exciting story with more depth than the average thriller, and with some first-rate characterisation.' Sunday Telegraph

About the author

Mark Burnell was born in Northumberland and grew up in Brazil. He is a novelist and screenwriter. His debut novel, The Rhythm Section, is the first in a series of thrillers featuring Stephanie Patrick and is soon to be a major motion picture. The film is begin produced by Eon, the company responsible for the James Bond franchise, and stars Blake Lively and Jude Law. Mark lives in England with his family.

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2015
24 December
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
624
Pages
PUBLISHER
HarperCollins
SELLER
HarperCollins Australia Pty Limited
SIZE
2.2
MB

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