Cut Out: A gripping thriller about a neighbour who goes too far ... - DI Harland (Paperback)Fergus McNeill (author)
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The perfect book for fans of serial killer thrillers and crime writers such as Peter James, Mark Billingham and Peter Robinson
What if your upstairs neighbour wished their life was more like yours? Exactly like yours?
Nigel never meant for it to happen. At first, he just wanted to be Matt's friend. But when he discovers he can hear what is going on in the flat below him, his fascination with his new neighbour drifts into obsession.
Rearranging his furniture to recreate the layout of the rooms downstairs. Buying the same clothes, going through Matt's post, his things.
And it would have been all right. Innocent enough. If Matt hadn't brought the girl home. That's when things started to spiral out of control ...
Detective Inspector Harland has to unravel the disturbing truth, but this is a case that stretches far beyond an unfortunate friendship.
Praise for Fergus McNeil
'A chilling game of cat and mouse that should keep you awake long after bedtime. DI Harland is a welcome addition to the growing ranks of British detectives' Peter Robinson, bestselling author of the DCI Banks series
'Let's welcome Fergus McNeill to the ranks of British Crime fiction innovators; he has found a darker shade of noir' Quintin Jardine, bestselling author of the Constable Bob Skinner series
'Creepy, compelling and completely convincing' Erin Kelly, bestselling author of He Said/ She Said
'A gripping first novel' Irish Independent
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 272 g
Dimensions: 198 x 156 x 25 mm
Seamlessly elegant high-concept crime novel. Brilliant - loved every minute of it. * Sophie Hannah on EYE CONTACT *
A chilling game of cat and mouse that should keep you awake long after bedtime. DI Harland is a welcome addition to the growing ranks of British detectives. * Peter Robinson on EYE CONTACT *
A deceptively easy-to-read and well-crafted story. Discontent, the hand of devious friendship and the reach of technology drive a distinctly troubling tale. Fergus McNeill draws you into the abnormal and disturbed, making it all seem everyday. Ask yourself, how well do you really know your neighbour? * Thrillers4u.com *
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