'Outstanding. The best thriller in years' MARTINA COLE'I couldn't put it down. A visceral nightmare of a book with one of the most evil villains I've come across in a long time.
Powerful writing' STEVE CAVANAGH'Short, sharp shocker' The Times'Ratchets up the tension to the point where I had to check my pulse' LIZ NUGENT'Heart-stoppingly suspenseful, a masterclass in tension' ERIN KELLY'An unbearably tense read, with incredible writing' RAGNAR JONASSON'I could not stop reading this! Brilliantly done' DENISE MINA'A superbly taut novel . . .
utterly brilliant' STUART TURTONHe is her husband. She is his captive. Her husband calls her Jane.
That is not her name. She lives in a small farm cottage, surrounded by vast, open fields. Everywhere she looks, there is space.
But she is trapped. No one knows how she got to the UK: no one knows she is there. Visitors rarely come to the farm; if they do, she is never seen.
Her husband records her every movement during the day. If he doesn't like what he sees, she is punished. For a long time, escape seemed impossible.
But now, something has changed. She has a reason to live and a reason to fight. Now, she is watching him, and waiting .
. . 'Brilliant' ELLY GRIFFITHS'Sensational.
Claustrophobic, compulsive, and almost unbearably tense it's a heart-in-mouth read that's packed with suspense. Readers will be saying 'just one more page' all the way from the gripping beginning to the heart-stopping end' C.L. TAYLOR'Seriously nail-biting stuff! I raced through it, my heart in my mouth' EMMA CURTIS'Tremendously powerful and fantastically written, heart-stopping from page one.
Expect to see it on all the award lists' SARAH HILARY'One of the most tense books you'll ever read' Grazia'A thrillingly tense new page-turner from master of suspense Will Dean' Fabulous**************************************Praise for Will Dean's storytelling:'Loaded with atmosphere, brilliant on setting' Mark Billingham'The best thriller I've read in ages' Marian Keyes'Atmospheric, creepy and tense' C.J. Tudor'Memorably atmospheric' Guardian'Impressive' The Times'Crackles along at a roaring pace' Observer