Take Me In (Hardback)
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Take Me In (Hardback)

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Hardback 352 Pages / Published: 28/06/2018
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The sensational new thriller from the author of the Richard & Judy bestseller Lie With Me.

A hot beach. A young family on holiday. A fatal moment of inattention...

And now Dave Jepsom is in their lives. Dave Jepsom, with his muscles, his pale eyes, his expressionless face.

He saved their child. How can they ever repay him? Especially as what he seems to want in return is everything.

He's in the streets they walk down. He's at the office where they work. He's at their front door, leaning on the bell...

If only they could go back. Back to when the lies were still hidden. Before the holiday, before the beach, before the moment that changed everything.

Before Dave.

But it's never how it starts that matters. It's always how it ends.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
ISBN: 9781473608351
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 582 g
Dimensions: 241 x 163 x 32 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'A seductive descent into paranoia and claustrophobia that coils around you like a snake and squeezes until you are breathless' - Chris Brookmyre

'I opened the book after breakfast and looked up again at three, wondering where the day had gone. Sabine Durrant is a master at turning the secret anxieties everyone holds into page-turning, nail-biting drama.' - Erin Kelly

'I loved it. Sabine Durrant skewers her characters' foibles with a merciless pen, combining page-turning tension with the blackest of black humour. I couldn't put it down' - JP Delaney, bestselling author of The Girl Before

'An assured, confident psychological thriller that is rich with menace. The tension and suspense tighten their grip so subtly you'll be holding your breath by the end.' - C.L. Taylor

'A heart-thumping thriller about a dream family that suddenly finds itself living a nightmare. Sabine Durrant writes about the wrong turns that we can take, and the fragility of even the happiest life, and how all we love can slip from our grasp. Take Me In is smart, brilliant - and scary as hell' - Tony Parsons

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“FANTASTIC!!!!”

Thank you to the publisher for my early review copy!
Pleased to report that this book is brilliant!
Tense, great characters, loved the plot!
Read in one sitting, trust me you will not want to be putting this down.... More

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Inked Book Reviews

“Tessa and Marcus would both make great guests on the Jeremy Kyle show!!”

Take Me In is a dual narrative alternating between Him and Her which had me wondering right from page one as to why the chapters weren’t titled Tessa and Marcus? Surely that would have made more sense right? And... More

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“A Good Read.”

While on holiday Tessa and Marcus's son Josh is saved from nearly drowning by a stranger, Dave Jepson. On returning home they feel they are being watched and there are phone calls, but no-one is there. Are they... More

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