The Game Changer - A Dr Kate Pearson novel (Paperback)
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The Game Changer - A Dr Kate Pearson novel (Paperback)

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Published: 24/03/2016
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A suspected suicide in Dublin. A brutal murder in New York. The abduction of a child over two decades earlier. All linked ... but how?

Criminal psychologist Dr Kate Pearson has the answer. Because she was the young girl abducted all those years ago.
And, when she begins to investigate the suspicious suicide in Dublin and confirms a connection to her own disappearance, she is forced to start asking questions. Why did her parents lie to her, telling her she was missing for only a few hours? And why doesn't she have any memory of the time she was held?
When a sinister note arrives at her home, it becomes clear that Kate is being targeted. But by whom? And why now? Kate is consumed by her efforts to uncover the truth, knowing that her life is in very real danger.
The Game Changer wants someone to pay for the past - and Kate is being held accountable.

Publisher: Hachette Books Ireland
ISBN: 9781444789416
Number of pages: 528
Weight: 364 g
Dimensions: 197 x 128 x 17 mm


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Subtle, clever and thought provoking, The Game Changer is one of the best books I've read this year - Woman's Way magazinePhillips spins the multi-layered mystery of The Game Changer with considerable fluidity. As the narrative shifts from Dublin to New York, from one character to the next, from minor players to major figures in the plot, she never loses sight of the central ruse that draws the reader in ... It's a thrilling page-turner that will keep you gripped over 400 pages, and have you eagerly awaiting the next installment of Kate's police career - The Sunday Business PostThe Game Changer is arguably the author's most ambitious novel to date ... [Louise Phillips] is a first-class crime writer who can really write - Irish IndependentThe Game Changer is absolutely top drawer crime writing by Ireland's finest crime writer. Louise Phillips' fourth novel The Game Changer, is a psychological thriller that really should demand that a lot of other so-called psychological thrillers give up their false identity ... - San Diego Book ReviewYou will spend pleasant hours untying the knots of this perfectly tangled plot, and then the real fun starts when you follow the line that leads from the crime to - you - Writing.ieA novel of twists, turns and roundabouts ... Phillips is not afraid of shocking her readers. Once again, there is murder and mayhem along the bumpy ride. This is a crime writer who leads her readers off the beatn path - Bleach House Library[The Game Changer is] a cracking read. Phillips is an accomplished stalwart of the crime genre - The Librarian's CellarCross-jurisdictional murder, missing memories and a cult all interweave to create an exceptional in-depth psychological thriller - Cleopatra Loves Books

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