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Publisher Description

'A gripping psychological thriller that pulls the reader through the story at a terrific pace, not giving them a moment to draw breath' Nikki Smith, author of All in Her Head

Jenna is a wife, a mother, a doctor. She's also the victim of a stalker.

Every time she leaves her house, she sees him. Disturbing gifts are left at her door. Cruel emails are sent to her colleagues. She has no idea who this man is but she feels powerless against him.

Until the day he is brought into her hospital after a serious accident, and Jenna is given the chance to find out once and for all why this man is tormenting her. Now, the power is all hers.

But how many lines is she willing to cross to take back control of her life?

*****

'I absolutely adored this disturbingly twisty tale of stalking, obsession and control' Emma Curtis, author of The Night You Left'

A really gripping rollercoaster of a read - I absolutely loved it, and read it in one sitting' Lisa Hall, author of Between You and Me

'Lauren North really knows how to reel you in. Absolutely brilliant' Lesley Kara, author of The Rumour

*****

READERS CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF ONE STEP BEHIND:

'Wow oh wow! There is nothing negative I can say about this book'
'Twisty and compelling . . . One Step Behind is actually one step forward in psychological thrillers'
'So many twists and turns and OMG moments!'
'A thrilling read that will leave you breathless'
'Lauren North is really developing into a must-read author for me'
'This book is deserving of more than five stars'

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2020
July 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
368
Pages
PUBLISHER
Transworld
SIZE
2.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Livingwithaspringer ,

3.5*

The author is a talented writer, has a way with words but the book isn’t perfect.
Normally I detest books written in the present tense but at times here it added to the atmosphere and tension when Jenna thought the stalker was watching or following her. That worked well. It seemed silly to use the present tense though when describing events that took place at various times in Sophie’s childhood many years earlier.
At times the plot seemed to drag repetitively. It’s hard to say much without spoiling the book for future readers but I found the main characters, especially Jenna, to be annoying and there were a number of slightly implausible aspects to the plot.
Overall, this was a decent enough book, a quick and easy read and one which I was happy to stick with to the end.

Laydeeqt ,

Brilliant read

And a fab ending too, thank you !

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