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The Evil Within Copertina rigida – 19 marzo 2020
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On the brink of a breakdown two years after the death of his fiancée, Jim Hawkes quits his high-powered job in the City to rent a cottage in the Devonshire countryside seeking some well-needed rest. But Slyford St James is far from the peaceful haven Jim was hoping for.
Almost immediately he is plagued by strange occurrences: a combination lock that won’t open, loud noises in the attic, the figure of a little girl always just out of sight. His new friends, Jed and Emma, are convinced Jim has found his way to the village for a reason, to solve the mystery surrounding the suspicious death of a child. But as Jim is haunted by the ghosts of his past and endangered by a real-world threat in the present, it soon becomes apparent that true evil never dies.
This is a novel that gets under your skin, and if you can put it down you ll think twice about turning out the lights --Katherine Stansfield, author of Falling Creatures
I would like to read more. A genuinely different read --Sinéad Crowley, author of the DS Claire Boyle series
- Editore : Allison & Busby (19 marzo 2020)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Copertina rigida : 414 pagine
- ISBN-10 : 0749025557
- ISBN-13 : 978-0749025557
- Peso articolo : 544 g
- Dimensioni : 13.97 x 3.18 x 21.59 cm
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After suffering an emotional breakdown, former financier Jim Hawkes seeks peace and quiet in the sleepy little village of Slyford St James. Trying to stop his life from unraveling, he soon finds himself at the epicentre of a mystery and a string of unsolved murders. With the unlikely help of a group of locals, it becomes a race against time to put the clues together before someone else dies.
I really enjoyed the setting for this novel. The author does a fantastic job of crafting a small, quiet English town and filling with intriguing characters. There were some genuine scares in this story and at no point could I even guess what it was building up to.
This is definitely one of the best novels I’ve read so far this year and I really look forward to diving into the sequel.