Don't Look Away - A Stephanie King Thriller (Paperback)Rachel Abbott (author)
From the moment I open my eyes, I know. Her bed is made, the wardrobe empty.
There was something she wanted to tell me, but I didn't listen.
Now she's gone.
'An absolute stunner of a book by a very clever author' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ READER REVIEW
'Thrilling and creepy plot that keeps you turning the pages until the shocking ending' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ READER REVIEW
'Kept me guessing right to the end' ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ READER REVIEW
'I was entranced. Perfectly formed characters, [a] grippingly tense storyline. OUTSTANDING' Angela Marsons
'A real masterclass in simmering tension that builds until the shocking end.' KL Slater
'One of my top reads of 2023. The tension kept me gripped until the final page.' DS Butler
Eleven years ago my sister Lola vanished from my aunt's cottage in Cornwall. Now I'm back, and I'm no closer to understanding why she ran away. What secrets was she keeping?
Memories come to me in snippets, but something is still missing. Then a body is discovered in a cave below the cliffs. No one knows how long it's been there. Is it Lola?
The next night I wake, knowing someone is there, standing by my bed. I can hear them breathing. What do they want? Am I getting too close to the truth?
Did Lola ever leave?
Praise for Rachel Abbott:
'What a storyteller Rachel Abbott is... I was hooked from the start' Cara Hunter
'Compulsive reading' Harriet Tyce
'A truly compelling, twisty, enthralling read... AMAZING!' Angela Marsons
'I raced through this compelling, twisty novel.' Laura Marshall
'A total delight' Daily Mail
'Takes your breath away' Sun
'A brilliant read, full of suspense' Closer
Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
Number of pages: 464
Weight: 322 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 34 mm
As ever I was entranced with the perfectly formed characters, grippingly tense storyline. OUTSTANDING - Angela Marsons, bestselling author of the DI Kim Stone series
The master of suspense, Abbott has weaved a twisted and engaging plot which will keep you guessing until the very end. - Caroline Mitchell, bestselling author of The Village
A gripping read with intriguing characters. A real masterclass in simmering tension that builds until the shocking end. I loved it! - KL Slater, bestselling author of The Girlfriend
Packed with suspense, Don't Look Away is a dark and compelling read. Powerful storytelling by the talented Rachel Abbott, making it one of my top reads of 2023. The tension kept me gripped until the final page. - DS Butler, bestselling author of the Detective Karen Hart series
A masterclass in writing the gripping psychological thriller. There's just no let up in the tension, the twists, the turns, the brilliance of the plot, as Nancy searches for her sister. - Caro Ramsay, author of the Anderson and Costello series
Don't Look Away is a brilliant, compulsive story, full of believable characters. Rachel Abbott has proved again that she's one of the brightest stars in the crime writing firmament. Be warned, the end of this book will take your breath away! - Kate Rhodes, author of the Isles of Scilly mysteries
A wonderful blend of a well-created Cornish backdrop, with highly relatable characters and a terrific twisty plot, as well as a very clever conclusion. - Daily Mail
"Queen of the page turner" Rachel Abbott doesn't disappoint with her latest thriller - Hello
Pulse-pounding - Crime Monthly
Rachel Abbott moves the story along at a cracking pace and keeps the twists and turns coming - WI Life
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