Bill Wyeth is a successful attorney with a wife and son. Then, in one devastating night, he loses everything: family, job, status. Moving out of his family home and into a lousy flat, he tramps around Manhattan in a suit and tie disguised as a businessman with a future. One rainy day, he wanders into an old-time steakhouse and becomes intrigued by the restaurant's sexy, intuitive manager, Allison, and by a virtually unnoticeable door. It leads down to the mysterious Havana Room which only the privileged can enter. Returning day after day, Bill gains Allison's confidence and is invited into the room, but he finds himself sucked into a dark and terrifying world. Now he will have to unlock the deadly secrets of the Havana Room in order to survive.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 400
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 24 mm
'No-one delivers a sharper thriller than the superb Colin Harrison' Mail on Sunday 'Writing with striking assurance, Harrison brings to a John Grisham-like story a stylistic panache ... without forfeiting his page-turning grip on the reader' Sunday Times 'Compelling and suspenseful, this is entertainment with a wicked edge' Guardian 'A real page-turner' Observer