*COMING MARCH 2021 - THE BRAND NEW, UNMISSABLE T.M. LOGAN THRILLER: TRUST ME*
From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Richard & Judy Book Club pick THE HOLIDAY, comes the perfect escapist thriller.
She says he's perfect. I know he's lying . . .
He caught me watching, and our eyes met. That was when it hit me.
There was something not quite right about my daughter's new boyfriend . . .
The doting father
Ed finally meets his daughter's boyfriend for the first time. Smart, successful and handsome, Ryan appears to be a real catch. Then Abbie announces their plan to get married.
The perfect fiancé
There's just one problem. Ed thinks Ryan is lying to them.
Who would you believe?
All of Ed's instincts tell him his daughter is in terrible danger - but no-one else can see it. With the wedding date approaching fast, Ed sets out to uncover Ryan's secrets, before it's too late . . .
The Catch is such utterly compulsive reading you just *have* to talk about it. it broke all records for the number of comments left when serialised by Pigeonhole.
'Tense, tight and totally absorbing' Adele Parks, Sunday Times bestselling author of Lies, Lies, Lies
'Smart, intense, and with a humdinger of a mid-point twist. I loved it' Gillian McAllister, Sunday Times bestselling author
'Taut, tense and compelling. T.M. Logan's talent is in creating characters with whom the reader instantly relates, and then thrusting them into situations that reflect our deepest fears. Thriller writing at its finest' Simon Lelic
'T.M. Logan's best yet. Fully delivers on its killer premise. Unsettling and so, so entertaining. The perfect thriller' Caz Frear
'Tricksy, twisting, instantly relatable and utterly compulsive. T.M. Logan excels at creating characters you really care about and exposing them to your very worst fears in a way that is always smart, suspenseful and thoroughly entertaining' C.M. Ewan
Praise for the master of the 'it-could-be-you' thriller, T.M. Logan:
'Assured, compelling, and hypnotically readable - with a twist at the end I guarantee you won't see coming' Lee Child
'I loved the intrigue - it makes you think twice about going on holiday with friends' B A Paris
'Perfect summer reading' S R Masters
'Perfectly plotted and riveting with an exceptional ending' Diane Jeffrey
'Heart-thumping suspense and the greatest twist since Gone Girl' Michele Campbell
'A moral dilemma + a pacy plot = one gripping thriller. I stayed up far too late reading this one!' Louise Jenson
Customer ReviewsSee All
Gripping, engaging read
A definite 5⭐️ Read for me, this one had me hooked from the opening paragraph. Who is buried? Told from the points of view of Ed, Claire, Abby and Ryan. In four parts.
Part one: Ed and Claire meet their daughter Abby’s boyfriend of seven months Ryan for the first time, it doesn’t take Ed long to see something in Ryan’s eyes that he doesn’t like. But the it turns out Ed has never approved of any of Abby’s boyfriends. So when that same night Ryan makes the gesture of asking Ed for Abby’s hand in marriage, Ed’s thoughts for his daughters safety spiral, what makes it worse is that the young couple have a date for the wedding already and it’s only six weeks away.
Is Ed just a very over protective father? Or is he right to suspect Ryan? Ed tries everything he can to stop the wedding, or postpone it. Following Ryan. Entering his house to have a snoop around. But Ryan seems so perfect, he has a good job, he has a degree in Psychology, he is a special constable, and he works as a volunteer at a hospice. How could anyone not like him?
Part two: Ryan as a son in law, despite being married Ed is still on a mission, causing problems between him and Abby and him and his wife Claire, as well as other things.
Part three: some details of Ryan and things get revealed, is he good or bad, has Ed been right?
Part four: The Catch as things begin to come together, we find out what is going on.
The tension gradually builds from the start right the way through at a steady pace, at times Ed is very frustrating as he doggedly goes on.
But who is right? Who will win the battle?
I would like to thank #netgalley and #Zaffre for an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest, fair and unbiased review.