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When She Was Good: The heart-stopping ne

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Published : Thursday 8 July 2021
ISBN : 9780751573497
Price : €11.99


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An explosive new thriller from multi-million-copy bestselling author, featuring the brilliant criminal psychologist Cyrus Haven, a man who will stop at nothing to get to the truth.

THE GRIPPING RICHARD & JUDY BOOK CLUB PICK, FROM THE MULTI-MILLION-COPY BESTSELLER A girl trapped in a secret room. Only silence can save her. __________ She has secrets. Six years ago, Evie Cormac was found hiding in a secret room in the aftermath of a brutal murder. But nobody has ever discovered her real name or where she came from, because everybody who tries ends up dead. He needs answers. Forensic psychologist Cyrus Haven believes the truth will set Evie free. Ignoring her warnings, he begins to dig into her past, only to disturb a hornet's nest of corrupt and powerful people who have been waiting to find Evie - the final witness to their crimes. Unbeknownst to him, Cyrus is leading them straight to Evie. The truth will not set her free. But it could get them killed . . . __________ WINNER OF THE CRIME WRITERS' ASSOCIATION STEEL DAGGER FOR BEST THRILLER OF THE YEAR 'What makes Michael stand out is how he invests suspense with such a strong emotional pull. No one else comes close' Linwood Barclay 'Never lets up on the suspense . . . Definitely Robotham's best to date' Globe and Mail 'Clever, intriguing and compelling, I loved this book' Rachel Abbott 'So good that I rationed my reading as I didn't want to finish it' ***** Reader Review 'Tense, immersive and riveting' ***** Reader Review 'Keeps your attention in a vice-like grip' ***** Reader Review __________ PRAISE FOR MICHAEL ROBOTHAM'S THRILLERS: 'An absolute master' Stephen King 'Superbly exciting' Guardian 'He writes in a voice with a haunting sense of soul' Peter James 'Robotham is the real deal' David Baldacci 'Heart-stopping and heart-breaking' Val McDermid 'Will have you turning the pages compulsively' Times



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