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'Disturbing, blackly funny and completely compulsive' - ALEX NORTH
'a SERIOUSLY creepy thriller. I may never venture into the loft again' - MARK BILLINGHAM
'A brilliantly chilling story with tension on every page' - T.M. LOGAN
THERE'S A SERIAL KILLER ON THE RUN
AND HE'S HIDING IN YOUR HOUSE
Thomas Brogan is a serial killer. With a trail of bodies in his wake and the police hot on his heels, it seems like Thomas has nowhere left to hide. That is until he breaks into an abandoned house at the end of a terrace on a quiet street. And when he climbs up into the loft, he realises that he can drop down into all the other houses through the shared attic space.
That's when the real fun begins. Because the one thing that Thomas enjoys even more than killing is playing games with his victims - the lonely old woman, the bickering couple, the tempting young newlyweds. And his new neighbours have more than enough dark secrets to make this game his best one yet...
Do you fear The Resident? Soon you'll be dying to meet him.
'Brilliant. So twisted, clever and funny. Highly recommended' - MARK EDWARDS
'Dark and disturbing yet so absorbing. Jackson knows how to reel you in' - MEL SHERRATT
'A brilliantly creepy, edge-of-your-seat, tense thriller' - WILL CARVER
'Superb. Creepy, pacy, and oh so witty' - CAZ FREAR
'A chilling psycho thriller with a very novel twist' - PAUL FINCH
'Utterly compelling and impossible to put down. Incredible' - LUCA VESTE
'Twisted as hell. I loved it!' - MANDASUE HELLER
'Clever, addictive and brazenly terrifying. I slept with the lights on after reading this one' - CHRIS WHITAKER
'Darkly thrilling and utterly compulsive. A tour de force!' - VICTORIA SELMAN
'A devilishly dark, wickedly funny crime novel' - PAUL BURSTON
'I highly recommend this book, had me terrified. I'm never going in the attic again. Ever' - LISA HALL
'Menacing, disturbing, compelling and unique' ALEX SHAW
'I devoured this skin-crawling tale of your worst fears come true' SJI HOLLIDAY
'Breathtaking, engrossing and deliciously dark, I dare you to read The Resident and think differently' - STEPHEN EDGER