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'A creepy, intense novel that drew me right in and never let go' Samantha Downing, author of MY LOVELY WIFE
'Tense and exhilarating!' 5***** Reviewer
'Darkly compelling . . . an utterly propulsive plot' T. M. LOGAN
Driving home one night, Gabe sees the face of a little girl he knows in the rear window of the car in front.
She mouths one word - 'Daddy'. It's his five-year old daughter, Izzy.
He never sees her again.
The police believe she's dead. But three years later, Gabe still drives the roads, searching for the car that took Izzy, never giving up hope . . .
Meanwhile Fran and her daughter, Alice, aren't searching - but running.
Always one step ahead of the people who want to hurt them.
Because Fran knows the truth about Gabe's daughter.
And she knows what the people chasing her will do if they ever catch them . . .
THE CHILLING SUNDAY TIMES TOP 10 BESTSELLER FROM THE AUTHOR OF THE CHALK MAN AND THE TAKING OF ANNIE THORNE
'Hugely enjoyable and deliciously creepy' Alex Michaelides, author of THE SILENT PATIENT
'C. J. Tudor is terrific. I can't wait to see what she does next' Harlan Coben
'A mesmerizingly chilling and atmospheric page-turner' J.P. Delaney, author of THE GIRL BEFORE
'C. J. Tudor's best novel to date . . . utterly emotionally believable . . . gripping and thoroughly entertaining' Sarah Pinborough, author of BEHIND HER EYES
Praise for C. J. Tudor:
'If you like my stuff, you'll like this' Stephen King
'Britain's female Stephen King' Daily Mail
'Some writers have it, and C. J. Tudor has it big time. The Taking of Annie Thorne is terrific in every way' Lee Child
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Like Tudor’s previous novels, The Chalk Man and The Taking of Annie Thorne, this thriller locks you in with its creeping sense of menace. Gabe is a man still desperately searching for answers after the abduction of his daughter years before. It’s a search that eventually leads him to The Other People—a group determined to deliver the darkest forms of justice and vengeance to people who have suffered grief and loss. The absorbing story takes plenty of breathtaking twists and turns but is always utterly believable, and Tudor’s characters feel incredibly real—even when they visit the darkest corners of their souls.