OBSERVER THRILLER OF THE MONTH
SUNDAY TIMES CRIME CLUB PICK
A HEARTSTOPPING, GRISLY MOORS THRILLER ABOUT A WOMAN WHO WILL STOP AT NOTHING TO GIVE HER DAUGHTER A BETTER LIFE
'Fast paced and shocking' Observer
A brilliant example of Northern noir' Sunday Times
'Dark, grisly and utterly compelling. Thriller writing at its finest' CAROL WYER
'A bruising story drenched in dread. . . recalls Cormac McCarthy in its drive and brutality' GABRIEL BERGMOSER
'Dark, fast-paced and thrilling' ALAN PARKS
THE CASH IS GONE.
THE HUNT IS ON.
HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO FOR YOUR FAMILY?
Orla McCabe has found a case of money. Willing to do almost anything to give her family a better life, she flees with her husband and baby daughter — and the money.
Meanwhile, detectives Lynch and Carlin are investigating a botched human trafficking deal on the isolated northern moors. They find piles of bullet-riddled bodies, but no cash.
The owners of the money are on the hunt, and soon a world of brutal violence envelops Orla and the detectives.
To secure her daughter's future, Orla will never stop running. It's just a matter of who she drags into the dark with her…
This promises an adrenaline ride like no other — Deliverance meets The Hunted set on isolated northern moorland — for fans of Elly Griffiths, Adrian McKinty and JM Dalgliesh