Burial

af Neil Cross
E-bog
304 trykte sider

Forlagets beskrivelse

From the acclaimed writer of Luther and Hard Sun, Burial is a novel about guilt, secrets and trying to stay alive What do you do when your guiltiest secret comes back to haunt you, threatening to destroy every aspect of your life? Nathan has never been able to forget the worst night of his life: the party that led to the sudden, shocking death of a young woman. Only he and Bob , an untrustworthy old acquaintance, know what really happened and they have resolved to keep it that way. But one rainy night, years later, Bob appears at Nathan's door with terrifying news, and old wounds are suddenly reopened, threatening to tear Nathan's whole world apart. Because Nathan has his own secrets now. Secrets that could destroy everything he has fought to build. And maybe Bob doesn't realise just how far Nathan will go to protect them… Praise for Burial : ' Stunning ... It has been a long time since I've read a novel so compelling, chilling and satisfying ' Peter James 'His most terrifying... scariest and most satisfying yet ... What it doesn't tell you about the perverting, abasing power of guilt isn't worth knowing' Time Out ' Burial is a terrifically scary and all too believable tale . It's brilliantly written in taut, humorous prose, while being exceptionally well observed and paced... Can you ever bury the past? Quite brilliant' Daily Mirror ' Burial is not only a page-turner, but also a sensitive and atmospheric portrayal of a man at the end of his tether ... Creepy, unsettling, and subtle' Guardian 'This compulsive page-turner is a thrilling read and you can see why Neil Cross is the lead scriptwriter for the incredibly successful Spooks ' The Sun 'An intelligent, tightly written page-turner… Can [Nathan] save himself and all that he holds dear? Believe me, you really need to find out ’ Daily Mail 'A skillfully-told and macabre story for fans of Hitchcock … Cross marries literary values to the page-turning crime narrative' Independent

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Yderligere information

Bogtype
E-bog
Forlag
Simon & Schuster UK
ISBN
9781847376336

Genrer
Fiktion og relaterede emner
Moderne og samtidsfiktion (efter ca. 1945)