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Someone took Daisy Mason . . .
Someone you know.
'The last twist was a genuine stroke of genius' John Marrs
'A mazey, gripping read' Ian Rankin
'Compulsive' Emma Kavanagh
Last night, eight-year-old Daisy Mason disappeared from a family party. No one in the quiet suburban street saw anything - or at least that's what they're saying.
DI Adam Fawley is trying to keep an open mind. But he knows the nine times out of ten, it's someone the victim knew.
That means someone is lying...
And that Daisy's time is running out.
The first twisty, up-all-night thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling Cara Hunter. For fans of Shari Lapena, Claire Douglas and Lisa Jewell.
Authors can't get enough of Close to Home
'One of the best crime thrillers I have ever read' Kathryn Croft, The Lying Wife
'Cancel everything. You're not going anywhere until you finish' Emily Koch, Keep Him Close
'Classy, agile, fresh, unpredictable and utterly compelling' Nicci French, The Unheard
'Cara Hunter is the new queen of the cliffhanger' John Marrs, What Lies Between
'A real gripper of a read' Peter James, Left You Dead
'Clever and wonderfully complex!' Jane Corry, The Lies We Tell
'I finished Close to Home in one sitting!' Nuala Ellwood, The Perfect Life
And readers are loving this series, too
'All hail the new queen of all things crime' Penny, Netgalley
'Mind-bending brilliance' Kath, Netgalley
'Packed full of twists' Gary, Netgalley
'Definitely for fans of Lisa Gardner, Karin Slaughter and the like' Fiona, Netgalley
'Captivating: full of mystery, tension, moral dilemma . . . outstanding' Peter, Netgalley
'This series just gets better and better' Tina, Netgalley
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
In the first part of a planned series, Cara Hunter introduces us to emotionally scarred Detective Inspector Adam Fawley as he leads the search for eight-year-old Daisy Mason, who’s gone missing from her suburban Oxfordshire home. The story moves at a riveting pace; our perceptions and suspicions changed with every new revelation about Daisy’s family—not least during the final flurry of stunning twists. Hunter uses tweets and Facebook posts to give the novel an engagingly modern feel and to examine how firestorms of accusation and rumor can spread on social media and potentially influence the outcome of a case.
The disappearance of eight-year-old Daisy Mason from a costume party at her home in Oxford, England, drives this insidious, slow-moving novel as horribly fascinating as a train wreck from the pseudonymous Hunter. Oddly, no one can pinpoint when the girl was last seen. As the hours turn to days, Daisy's vanishing galvanizes the community, with unexpected results. The lives of everyone from her family and neighbors to the people at her school are drawn into a web of deceit and rising tension. Det. Insp. Adam Fawley, the lead investigator, is awash in his own deep-seated troubles, while Daisy's agitated father and disaffected mother clearly have something to hide. Even Daisy's older brother, Leo, reacts strangely to the police and their questions, at times upset and other times curiously detached. The lack of clues rattles the police and public until torrents of social media accusations incite action. Hunter does a masterly job of building tension and keeping the reader guessing to the very end.