Troll (Paperback)
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Paperback 368 Pages / Published: 01/03/2018
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Years ago, Fortune gave up on his daughter, Sophie, after a troubled adolescence. Now she's gone missing, vanished without trace. And after weeks of investigation, the police have given up on her, too.

Driven by guilt, and a determination to atone for his failures as a father, he takes on the search himself. He soon finds that his daughter had been living in fear of a vicious online troll who seemed to know far too much about her. Could Sophie's disappearance be linked to this unknown predator? Fortune is about to discover that monsters which live online don't always stay there...

Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781782395966
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 258 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 22 mm
Edition: Main


MEDIA REVIEWS
From the irresistible premise to the heart-thumping conclusion, Troll is incredibly clever, frequently terrifying and brilliantly written * Holly Seddon, bestselling author of Try Not to Breathe *
A clever and gripping page-turner; Thorne takes our worst nightmare about living our lives online and turns it into a dangerous game of cat and mouse with deadly stakes. Will make you want to step away from your laptop immediately. * Sanjida Kay, author of Bone by Bone *
Dark, chilling * Daily Mail *
This is a potent mixture of an authentic, brutal crime story, told with a neat line in dialogue and an appealing hero. * Daily Mail on East of Innocence *
Everyone has a picture of an Essex crime novel. But David Thorne's East of Innocence is a fresh take on this famous county. * Patrick Neale, Bookseller on East of Innocence *
This is a carefully plotted thriller, realistic in its violence and with strong memorable characters. Soon to be adapted into a TV series, it is fast paced and edgy without losing any of its credibility. * We Love This Book on East of Innocence *
A slick, fast-moving and thoroughly readable novel. * Crime Fiction Lover on East of Innocence *
A feisty and likeable hero... punchy and fast-paced. * Scotsman on Nothing Sacred *
Authentic, fast-moving and with a wry ear for dialogue. * Geoffrey Wansell, Daily Mail on East of Innocence *

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“Sad at times but excellent at the same time”

The beginning of this story will mess with your mind and keep you guessing what will happen next.

Fortune is a father in despair it's been weeks and the police still haven't found his daughter.The police... More

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“An epic psychological thriller!”

If you want a psychological thriller of epic proportions then Troll by D. B. Thorne is a must read.

This novel starts unsettling and bit by bit gets darker and more twisted, but in a very real and also moving way.... More

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“Brilliant!!”

Fortune is a rich banker now living and working in Dubai. He has failed miserably at being a father and a family man. Having neglected Sophie, his daughter for most of her life, he now feels guilty at being powerless... More

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