The Night Caller
An utterly gripping crime thriller
‘Totally gripped’ Goodreads reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
‘Heart-pounding. Brilliant’ NetGalley reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
‘A spectacular serial killer thriller’ NetGalley reviewer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
‘Had my heart thumping’ Book Reviews by Shalini ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
The photo fell from her grasp at the sudden thought of her sister. She stared at it, lying on the floor, remembering little Hattie with her big dark eyes in her stripy pink-and-white shorts, the ones she was wearing on the day she disappeared…
Detective Carrie Flynn has spent twenty years searching for her little sister, who was kidnapped and never found. Carrie was with Hattie on that hot summer day – she saw her sister’s abductor, but she was just a young girl herself, and remembers nothing. She’s never forgiven herself for letting Hattie down.
When the chance came to join the police force, Carrie didn’t hesitate, wanting to ensure that no more little girls grew up alone. Now she is facing her toughest case yet: Jordan Robinson, a quiet and bright young man, has disappeared by the canal on a cold winter’s night. Witnesses heard a splash, but Carrie hasn’t found his body. She knows the first days are vital to find a missing person, and time is running out.
Jordan’s family are distraught, and Carrie is determined to bring their son home. But why does the mother not want to answer questions? Who is the mysterious girl next door? What secrets are this family hiding?
As Carrie searches desperately for Jordan, and digs into his past, she starts to realise his case may not be unique. Young and vulnerable men have been disappearing down by the water, their deaths labelled as suicide or accidents. When Carrie pulls out all of the old files, she is sure: Jordan Robinson has been taken by a serial killer.
In a desperate race against time, Carrie vows to bring Jordan home safely, and catch this killer before he can strike again. She’ll never stop searching, for the grieving families, for her belief in justice, and her hope that, one day, something she finds will lead her back to her lost little sister.
If you love Val McDermid, Robert Dugoni or Angela Marsons you won’t be able to put down this dark and twisty thriller. J.M. Hewitt will keep you guessing until the very last page.
Readers are utterly gripped by The Night Caller:
‘WOW! What a read and a brilliant start to a new series… gives me goosebumps… will keep you on your toes reading well into the night.’ Once Upon a Time Book Blog, 5 stars
‘Wow! Amazing book! Tons of twists and turns and suspense.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘Absolutely fantastic, had me gripped!!! Loved it! Can't wait for more.’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘I am in reading heaven… I was hooked… I read this book in one sitting and finally turned the last page at 1 a.m. I HAD TO KNOW.’ Goodreads Reviewer
‘Amazing… dark and fast-paced. I loved it and would definitely read more of this author’s work.’ Psycho-Thrilla Books, 5 stars
‘I was turning the pages so quickly that it was almost as if the pages were turning themselves… like being on a scary and an at times unpredictable rollercoaster ride.’ Ginger Book Geek
‘Oh so good!!... There are hints into Carrie’s dark past and I can’t wait to find out what that entails.’ Goodreads Reviewer
‘Held my attention from the first page to the last page. Will definitely be recommending this to others and can't wait to read more by this author!’ Goodreads Reviewer, 5 stars
‘Compulsive reading… addictive suspenseful… Lots of twists and turns along with solid engaging characters… I very much enjoyed this and would recommend it to anyone!’ Goodreads Reviewer
A fast paced thriller that kept me turning the pages!
It was a twisted sort of book! I enjoyed it !
Poor simplistic waste of time
Terrible and amateurish.
Couldn’t wait to finish it .
I skimmed half way through.
So bad it reminded me of a high school tome with simplistic plot that anyone could predict.
Hated this book and would never recommend because it would embarrass me to admit I ever read it .