Never Forget (Hardback)Michel Bussi (author)
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A man running along a remote clifftop path on an icy-cold February morning.
A woman standing on the cliff's edge.
A red scarf on the ground between them.
The man is alone - paralysed by fear.
The woman is on the beach below - dead.
The red scarf is now perfectly - and impossibly - arranged around the woman's broken neck.
A handful of seconds. Two lives colliding.
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 400
Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm
PRAISE FOR MICHEL BUSSI'S NOVELS
A novel so extraordinary that it reminded me of reading Steig Larsson for the very first time . . . Bussi breaks every rule in the book, but I doubt I'll read a more brilliant crime novel this year
You find yourself quite frantic to know the truth, before this cleverly constructed, smart mystery concludes by delivering a delicious sting in the tail. * Sunday Mirror on AFTER THE CRASH *
Clear your schedule: this book is worth it! * Lisa Gardner, #1 New York Times bestselling author on AFTER THE CRASH *
A work of genius. * Daily Express on BLACK WATER LILIES *
A dazzling, unexpected and haunting masterpiece. * Daily Mail on BLACK WATER LILIES *
The novel ends with one of the most reverberating shocks in modern crime fiction. * Sunday Times on BLACK WATER LILIES *
Some writers try carefully calibrated alternations on a winning formula from book to book, but offer few surprises. That can't be said of the French author Michel Bussi... That refusal to repeat himself is evident in Don't Let Go, which is just as accomplished as its predecessors. * Guardian on DON'T LET GO *
A thrilling ride across the remote isle in the Indian Ocean with plenty of twists and turns to keep readers gripped until an epic, unexpected conclusion. * Daily express on DON'T LET GO *
As it draws towards its heart-pounding final pages, it's hard to concentrate on anything other than the outcome of the desperate manhunt - and the startling revelation of the truth. Inventive, original and incredibly entertaining. * Sunday Mirror on DON'T LET GO *
Combines an extraordinarily inventive plot with characters haunted by long-ago events - and demonstrates why he has such a hold on readers. * Sunday Times on TIME IS A KILLER *