I Know Who You Were: Everyone has a past. . . yours is coming to kill you (Hardback)
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I Know Who You Were: Everyone has a past. . . yours is coming to kill you (Hardback)

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Hardback 304 Pages
Published: 06/04/2023
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'Grabs the reader from the very first page - and never lets go' DAILY MAIL

'Taut and properly disturbing. . . Impressive' The Critic

EVERYONE HAS A PAST. . . YOURS IS COMING TO KILL YOU

Alex and Morven have a pretty perfect marriage. Still madly in love after ten years, they have no secrets from each other and their life in London with daughter Poppy is . . . happy.
Until one day it changes. Morven disappears, her car found abandoned. The police come around to Alex's house to tell him things about his wife he never knew: her real name, her past life, the secrets she kept from him. And Alex realises he's been loving a lie. He needs answers . . . and on the shore of a dark and remote lake in Wales he learns that the tragic events which shaped the past now threaten to rip apart the present.

Praise for I KNOW WHO YOU WERE

'A gripping, twisty and beautifully written debut thriller that marks Curran as a writer to watch.' Irish Independent

'Written with enormous panache and gentle empathy, it ratchets up the tension repeatedly before exploding into a grandstand heart-stopping finale' Daily Mail

'Oh boy, this is going to keep you up at night, or abandoning everything else to race through the pages' Peterborough Telegraph

'Throws out a great hook and then twists and turns its way to a heartstopping climax' Stephen Gallagher

'Not just a ruthlessly compelling novel of suspense but an unflinching examination of the repercussions of a crime. Disturbing, harrowing and moving, it signals the arrival of a new master of crime fiction.' Ramsey Campbell

'Taut, compelling, original. An emotionally charged story that will leave you thinking of the main character long after finishing the book. A true page-turner' J A Corrigan

'Curran's debut is an absorbing, dark and suspenseful thriller. He is a writer to watch' David Fennell

'An utterly gripping Cobenesque mystery keeps you turning the pages fiercely to find out what's happening' Crime Podcast FM

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9781408717240
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 500 g
Dimensions: 236 x 158 x 30 mm

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“Highly recommended”

A twisty and gripping story, full of surprises and secrets. I was hooked since the first pages and thoroughly enjoyed it.
The author did an excellent job in developing the plot and the characters.
Highly recommended.... More

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“I Know Who You Were by Nick Curran”

I Know Who You Were by Nick Curran is the story of Alex and Morven, who have been happily married for 10 years and have a daughter called Poppy. They live a very normal life, until Morven doesn’t arrive at a... More

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