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The Quiet Tenant : 'Daring and completely satisfying' James Patterson, Hardback Book

The Quiet Tenant : 'Daring and completely satisfying' James Patterson Hardback



'Clémence Michallon has written a classic... Daring and completely satisfying' James Patterson'Beautifully written, entirely convincing and relentlessly gripping ... so brilliantly told, with characters so plausible and compelling, that I was hooked until the last word' Sophie Hannah'From the first page, you can say farewell to sleep...a brilliant, breathtaking thriller with characters you love - and love to hate.

I didn't know whether to tear to the end or savour every page' Abigail Dean, bestselling author of Girl A'An absorbing and addictive psychological thriller - I couldn't put it down' Edel Coffey'I was pulled in from the very first page...

The plot was masterful, the many threads honed and pulled taut kept me turning pages' Jane ShemiltHe took you and you have been his for five years.

But you have been careful. Waiting for him to mess up. It has to be now. Aidan Thomas is a hardworking family man and a respected member of his community.

He's the kind of man who always lends a hand and has a good word for everyone.

He's also a kidnapper and serial killer who has murdered eight women. And there's a ninth, a woman he calls Rachel, imprisoned in a backyard shed where she fears for her life. When Aidan's wife dies, he and his thirteen-year-old daughter, Cecilia, are forced to move.

Aidan has no choice but to bring Rachel too, introducing her to Cecilia as a family friend who needs a place to stay.

He knows that after five years of captivity, Rachel is too frightened of the consequences to attempt to escape.

But Rachel is a fighter and a survivor. And when Emily, a local restaurant owner, develops a crush on the handsome widower, she finds herself drawn into Rachel and Cecilia's orbit, coming dangerously close to discovering Aidan's secret. The Quiet Tenant explores the psychological impact of Aidan's crimes on the women in his life through the voices of Rachel, Cecilia, and Emily - and the bonds between those women that give them the strength to fight back.

Both a searing thriller and an astute study of trauma, survival, and the dynamics of power, The Quiet Tenant is an electrifying novel by a major talent.


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