'Grips like a vice ... REMARKABLE' Crime Time.
Everyone has secrets. Even those who seem to be perfect...
On a rainy October evening, Cecilia Wilborg - loving wife, devoted mother, tennis club regular - is waiting for her kids to finish their swimming lesson. It's been a long day. She can almost taste the crisp, cold glass of Chablis she'll pour for herself once the girls are tucked up in bed.
But what Cecilia doesn't know, is that this is the last time life will feel normal. Tonight she'll be asked to drop a little boy home, a simple favour that will threaten to expose her deepest, darkest secret...
'STUNNING ... Intricate and twisted with dark secrets emerging at every turn' ALEXANDRA BURT, author of Sunday Times bestseller Little Girl Gone.
'Heartbreaking and HEAD-SPINNING' MARY TORJUSSEN, author of Gone Without a Trace.
- Verlag: Head of Zeus
- UK Airports
- Seitenzahl: 384
- Erscheinungstermin: 22. Juni 2018
- Abmessung: 228mm x 145mm x 28mm
- Gewicht: 465g
- ISBN-13: 9781786699244
- ISBN-10: 1786699249
- Artikelnr.: 51281268
Dahl savagely delineates the price of living in a society that insists women must try to be perfect wives and mothers and have successful careers, too, or they ll be inevitably made to feel they re never good enough. Publishers Weekly (starred review)
A tangled web, masterfully constructed and certain to satisfy fans of the genre. Booklist
Scandi Noir at its best...Atmospheric and beautifully written...combines complex and believable characters with a heart-breaking and head-spinning plot. Mary Torjussen, author of Gone Without a Trace and The Girl I Used to Be
The Boy at the Door is a stunning debut! Alex Dahl has crafted an extraordinary plot; intricate and twisted with dark secrets emerging at every turn. Alexandra Burt, International Bestselling author of Remember Mia and The Good Daughter
Suspenseful, vivid, and ice-cold, The Boy at the Door deftly shows that things are always messier than they appear. Kristen Lepionka, author of the Roxane Weary mystery series
The Boy at the Door is a genuine page-turner, a fascinating psychological study and a must-read for people who can t resist twisty thrillers with unreliable narrators. Saturday Reader