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Right Behind You

Right Behind You

Lisa Gardner’s next thriller following her runaway New York Times bestseller Find Her takes her wildly popular brand of suspense to new heights.

Thirteen-year-old Sharlah Nash knows that the first time her brother killed eight years ago, he did it to save their lives.

Now retired FBI profiler Pierce Quincy and his wife Rainie Conner have offered Sharlah a new life of safety. She desperately wants to believe this is her shot at happily ever after.

Then two people are murdered in their local convenience store and Sharlah’s brother is identified as the killer.

Telly Ray Nash is on the hunt for Sharlah and as the death count rises it becomes clear that nothing and no-one, including Pierce and Rainie, will stop him getting to her.

Now, Sharlah has one chance to take control.

She can run for her life… or turn and face the danger right behind her.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 31st January 2017

Price: £16.99

ISBN-13: 9781472220325

Reviews

Original, chilling and so gripping I had to remind myself to take a breath
Clare Mackintosh
For years Lisa Gardner has been one of the best in the thriller business, but FIND HER is something new: taut psychological suspense, an intricate mystery, emotionally devastating, ultimately empowering-a novel that should not be missed
Harlan Coben
Unbelievably addictive...Irresistible
Sophie Hannah
Gardner repeatedly ratchets up the tension
Publishers Weekly
Edge of your seat thrilling
<i>Charlene Jess</i> blog
[Gardner] knows how to surprise and tantalize. She's a master of the psychological thriller
Associated Press
[Lisa Gardner] commendably eschews most of the clichés of the crime genre while keeping her ironclad storytelling skills firmly in place
Guardian
A long-awaited delight . . . and a thrilling escape
Booklist
A compelling and believable story
<i>Real Crime</i> magazine
[Right Behind You] further cements her position as the mistress of the psychological novel
Peterborough Telegraph