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One Perfect Stranger

Hardcover / ISBN-13: 9781399732185

Price: £22

ON SALE: 27th June 2024

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

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‘Has it all – pace, action, intrigue, mystery, dark secrets, relatable characters and an intricately woven plot. I devoured it in one weekend… Fantastic’ Andrea Mara

‘A tense, taut, pacy read’ Jane Corry

‘An intense and twisting mystery that surprised me at every turn. Thrilling stuff!’
C.M. Ewan

Would you commit a crime to save your family?

Nicole had the perfect life, with her handsome surgeon husband Mark, their two young daughters and a beautiful big house.

But everything changed when Mark suddenly left his job at the hospital six months ago. He’s distant. Keeping secrets. And they are out of money.

Then Nicole gets a strange message:

There is a million euros in your bank account. All you need to do is drive a car. Yes, or no?

This would be the answer to her prayers. It would save her family. But who sent it? What do they really want from Nicole?

And why hasn’t Mark come home?

An absolutely addictive and gripping thriller with twists and turns you just won’t see coming. Fans of Lisa Jewell, TM Logan and CL Taylor will be hooked from the very first page.

Reviews

'With a wonderful gasp out loud moment a few chapters in, One Perfect Stranger has it all - pace, action, intrigue, mystery, dark secrets, relatable characters and an intricately woven plot. I devoured it in one weekend. A fantastic debut!'
Andrea Mara
'R.B. Egan creates a suburban nightmare of secrets, lies and labyrinthine twists.'
Catherine Kirwan
'I raced through One Perfect Stranger. R.B. Egan takes a fascinating moral dilemma and transforms it into an intense and twisting mystery that surprised me at every turn. Thrilling stuff!'
C.M. Ewan