17 Church Row: Your home should be a safe place, but what if it isn't? (Paperback)
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17 Church Row: Your home should be a safe place, but what if it isn't? (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 14/11/2019
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For fans of J. P. Delaney's The Girl Before comes a thriller that makes us question our relationship with technology and the lengths we would go to, to keep our family safe. Three years ago, Nikki and Ethan Rhodes suffered a devastating loss when their four-year-old daughter Grace was tragically killed in a road accident. Ethan, a radio personality, escapes into work, leaving Nikki to care for their remaining child, Bella, who hasn't spoken since that day. Seeking a fresh start, the family moves into a revolutionary new house designed by renowned architect, Catriona Fisher. The house features a state-of-the-art security system, along with every amenity you could dream of. For the Rhodes' this is a chance to finally pick up the pieces and get on with their lives in a place where they feel totally safe. But what if 17 Church Row isn't the safe haven that they think it is?

Publisher: Zaffre Publishing
ISBN: 9781785768408
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 198 x 129 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Truly sinister domestic noir - chilling, scary, and magnificent * Lee Child *
Kiss Me Kill Me will hook you from the very first page. It's a dark, twisty tale that will keep you guessing. You will think you know where it's going - but you'll be wrong * Rachel Abbott *
This was dark, uncomfortable, head-spinny and I loved it. Big high-fives to J S Carol for the unique Kiss Me Kill Me. This one's going to spin heads aplenty. And now I need to lie down * Caz Frear *
A cracking psychological thriller with great characterisation and switchback twists and turns * Martyn Waites *
A twisty, compulsive slice of domestic noir. ***** * C J Carver *
A right proper page turner . . . the characters are truly compelling and you do have a few of those "AARGH now what?" moments that just keep you turning the pages faster. Starting off as a psychological thriller and then finishing off with some real edge of the seat type stuff, Kiss Me Kill Me is genuinely engaging, extremely well written and pretty much does exactly what it says on the tin . . . you'll have had a banging good read and have met some darkly delicious characters * Liz Loves Books *
Wow! Just wow! I loved everything about this book. Kiss Me Kill Me is a dark psychological read that completely unnerved me from the very beginning, that undercurrent of foreboding, that something bad was going to happen. This is suspense writing at its very best. This book takes what you think you know, what you understand, and then completely turns it on its head * Brew and Books *
A fast paced psychological thriller with a superbly dark ending * The Bookseller *
Kiss Me, Kill Me is yet another thrilling and gripping read by the author. I literally could not turn those pages fast enough as I had absolutely no clue where the author was taking me and I didn't really care, all I knew was that there was no way I was missing out on the roller coaster of a journey he was taking me on. An exhilarating and highly entertaining read! * By The Letter book reviews *
Not only is this a gripping read, it is also a very emotional one! J. S. Carol's characterisation is fantastic, his writing wonderful. I really, really enjoyed Kiss Me, Kill Me. As soon as I read the first sentence, I was hooked. This is a fantastic new addition to the genre, a slice of perfection that will have psychological thriller fans in it grips for hours! * Ronnie Turner Ad Astra *

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