a psychological thriller set in London
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This thriller is the beginning of a new series about psychologist Frieda Klein. A little boy goes missing and he looks exactly like the son one of Dr. Klein's patients wishes so much for. Is he capable of committing a crime to fulfill his dreams? This page-turner is full of surprises and will captivate you up to the last page.
A Frieda Klein Novel (1)
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Feel chills down your spine with the thrilling first novel in Nicci French's bestselling killer series
'Undeniably at the top of British psychological suspense writing' OBSERVER
'Utterly gripping . . . I could hardly turn the pages fast enough' 5***** READER REVIEW
Monday: five-year-old Matthew Faraday is abducted.
His face is splashed across newspaper front pages.
His parents and the police are desperate. Can anyone help find their little boy before it is too late?
Psychotherapist Frieda Klein just might know something.
She has a lead: a previous abduction, from twenty years ago. One that only Frieda, an expert on the minds of disturbed individuals, can uncover.
Struggling to make sense of this terrifying investigation, Frieda will face her darkest fears in the hunt for a clever and brutal killer . . .
'The twists within the last few chapters left me thinking about it for hours after' 5***** READER REVIEW
'I was really gripped from start to finish' 5***** READER REVIEW
Praise for Nicci French:
'Sophisticated, compassionate, gripping . . . Not many books are as insightful as they are addictive; Nicci French's are' Sophie Hannah
'A brilliantly crafted new crime series' Daily Mirror
'Terrific. The writing is pacy, the jaw-dropping twists are plentiful' Short List
'One of French's hardest-to-put-down novels' Sunday Express
'French is undeniably at the top of British psychological suspense writing, expert in the unguessable twist, supremely skilled at ratcheting up the tension' Observer
'A nerve-jangling and addictive read' Daily Express
Exerts a vice-like grip