Dimensions:8.97in x 5.95 x 1.12 in | 1.06 lb
Page Count:416 pages
A STELLAR FOLLOW-UP TO A BESTSELLER: This Fallen Prey was Kelley’s adult debut on the Doubleday Canada list, and it also marked a depature for her as a writer, taking her work into thriller territory. This new book continues that new style, and is a terrific follow-up to the national bestseller.
HOMEGROWN STAR AUTHOR: Kelley is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of close to 40 books. Few authors can boast that, and few publishers can boast having an author with that kind of resume. And—in case we’ve forgotten—she’s Canadian!
NEW READERS WELCOME: Despite the book being set in Rockton (the setting of City of the Lost, A Darkness Absolute and This Fallen Prey) and centered on the character of Casey Duncan, these books need not be read in order. They can easily stand alone—perfect for new readers!
DIE-HARD FANS: Kelley has a terrifically loyal following that comes out for every major signing and event (usually with copies of all her books in tow!), and they will be completely satisfied with this new thriller.
GREAT PARTNERS: As with This Fallen Prey, we’re publishing this new book with St. Martin’s (US) and Minotaur (UK).
"Bestseller Armstrong fuses small-town mystery with high-concept thriller in her propulsive fourth Rockton novel. . . . Casey's present-tense narration heightens tension, while colorful characters with checkered pasts add humor, intrigue and heart. New readers and longtime fans will enjoy Armstrong's adrenaline-fueled plot, which cleverly capitalizes upon her inventive series premise." —Publishers Weekly
Praise for Kelley Armstrong
"Armstrong is a talented and evocative writer who knows well how to balance the elements of good, suspenseful fiction, and her stories evoke poignancy, action, humour and suspense." —The Globe and Mail
"Kelley Armstrong has long been a favorite of mine." —Charlaine Harris
"[A] master of crime thrillers." —Kirkus Reviews
"Like Stephen King, who manages an under-the-covers, flashlight-in-face kind of storytelling without sounding ridiculous, Armstrong not only writes interesting page-turners, she has also achieved that unlikely goal, what all writers strive for: a genre of her own." —The Walrus
"Kelley Armstrong is one of my favorite writers." —Karin Slaughter
"Kelley Armstrong is one of the purest storytellers Canada has produced in a long while." —National Post
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