Jan 10, 2017

Her Every Fear, Peter Swanson

When Kate was growing up she always assumed the worst about everything and everyone, until the worst actually happened; almost robbing her of her independence and her life. 

Kate now lives in a pokey little London flat so the offer of a flat swap with her American cousin Corbin sounds too good to be true. Soon Kate is arriving in Boston. But all is not well in her new apartment block, people are watching her, the girl across the hall is dead and the police won’t say how, just that Corbin is a person of interest. Does Kate really know her cousin at all? 

The tension ratchets up until Corbin’s past and Kate’s present violently intersect in another corking standalone thriller from Swanson. 

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