Dead Woman Walking (Hardback)
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Dead Woman Walking (Hardback)

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Hardback 368 Pages
Published: 20/04/2017

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'A real race-through read. Bolton's writing is pacy, and features a brilliant twist I wish I'd written.' Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of I See You (in Shortlist)

'For once, the description "impossible to put down" is fully merited, for this is an absolute page-turner' Daily Mail

'With Dead Woman Walking, Sharon Bolton exceeds her own high standards of excellence. It grips from the start . . . The plot merges skilfully, with many splendid twists along the way' The Times

Just before dawn in the hills near the Scottish border, a man murders a young woman. At the same time, a hot-air balloon crashes out of the sky. There's just one survivor.

She's seen the killer's face - but he's also seen hers. And he won't rest until he's eliminated the only witness to his crime.

Alone, scared, trusting no one, she's running to where she feels safe - but it could be the most dangerous place of all . . .

'Bolton is a gripping storyteller with fine, haunted characters' Peter James

'Crepuscular, uncanny mystery' Guardian

'Bolton establishes a forbidding atmosphere . . . A slippery, devious narrative in which things are not always what they seem' Crime Scene

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9780593076422
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 625 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 33 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Bolton never lets the tension drop. Indeed it is her ability to convey creeping dread that marks out her exceptional talent as a story-teller... For once, the description 'impossible to put down' is fully merited, for this is an absolute page-turner. -- Geoffrey Wansell * Daily Mail *
Bolton establishes a forbidding atmosphere . . . A slippery, devious narrative in which things are not always what they seem. * Crime Scene *
Bolton is a gripping storyteller with fine, haunted characters -- Peter James
With Dead Woman Walking Sharon Bolton exceeds her own high standards of excellence. It grips from the start... The plots merge skilfully, with many splendid twists along the way. -- Marcel Berlins * The Times *
Dead Woman Walking once again signals what has made the novels of Sharon Bolton so successful: her clever amalgamation of two genres - the crepuscular, uncanny mystery . . . and the more traditional crime/thriller narrative. * Barry Forshaw, Guardian *
A real race-through read. Bolton's writing is pacy, and features a brilliant twist I wish I'd written. * Clare Mackintosh (in Shortlist) *
It's an absolute barnstormer! A blisteringly brilliant read. * Mick Herron *

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“My best book of 2017 so far....”

Brilliant plot, hooks you straight it!
Loved the ending.
This could just be the best book I read this year - it will certainly take some beating...
Buy it! Read it! Love it!

Hardback edition
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Emma Smith at Bedford

“Utterly utterly gripping”

Oh my goodness - this was so good. So freaking good!! I was glued to this book right from the get go. The opening few chapters are the most intense and gripping opening chapters I think I've ever read. A group of... More

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