Into the Dark (Hardback)
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Into the Dark (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 14/04/2022
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The author of the acclaimed When I Was Ten returns with another effortlessly eerie thriller revolving around a wealthy family who inexplicably vanish from their holiday home.

Into the Dark is the new dark and gripping crime thriller from Fiona Cummins about revenge, greed, ambition and the true cost of friendship.

The place: Seawings, a beautiful Art Deco home overlooking the sweep of the bay in Midtown-on-Sea.

The crime: The gilded Holden family - Piper and Gray and their two teenage children, Riva and Artie - has vanished from the house without a trace.

The detective: DS Saul Anguish, brilliant but with a dark past, treads the narrow line between light and shade.

One late autumn morning, Piper's best friend arrives at Seawings to discover an eerie scene - the kettle is still warm, all the family's phones are charging on the worktop, the cars are in the garage. But the house is deserted.

In fifteen-year-old Riva Holden's bedroom, scrawled across the mirror in blood, are three words:

Make
Them
Stop.

What happens next?

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781529040159
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 542 g
Dimensions: 241 x 163 x 34 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Praise for Fiona Cummins:

'Fiona Cummins evokes the dark arts of journalism and politics with an insider's relish in this rich, intricately woven novel of childhood crime and adult redemption. I finished it with my heart in my mouth. Highly recommended' - Louise Candlish on When I Was Ten

'Grips like a vice' - Val McDermid on When I Was Ten

Absorbing, tense and beautifully paced' - Daily Mail on When I Was Ten

Dark, creepy and ultimately compassionate... a chilling look at the consequences of a childhood gone wrong' - J. P. Delaney on When I Was Ten

'Utterly compelling; a true just-one-more-chapter thriller' - Clare Mackintosh on When I Was Ten

'Creepy as hell and kept me guessing to the very end' - Ian Rankin on The Neighbour

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“Love ALL her books!”

Thank you to Fiona for sending me an early review copy, this immediately flew to the top of my pile as I have loved her previous four books.
This book I'm desperately hoping could be the start of a new series...... More

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“Hugely compelling.”

An excellent psychological thriller from Fiona Cummins - hugely compelling and darkly delicious with a cleverly twisted mystery at the heart of it.

What I love about this authors writing is the way the characters... More

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“Compelling thriller!”

This compelling book opens with the discovery that the entire Holden family have disappeared. Their house eerily silent, the kettle still warm, mobile phones left unattended, school bags by the door, cars still parked... More

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