Who is JT LeBeau?
A bestselling crime writer, whose words have gripped the world.
The only mystery greater than his stories is his true identity.
One woman thinks she's found him - her husband has millions in the bank and a letter for the enigmatic author.
But the truth is far more TWISTED...
A fantastic standalone thriller. Punchy, ridiculously gripping, fast-paced, clever. Beautifully-plotted and incredibly fun to read. He's done it again. SUPERB. — Will Dean
A fantastic read. Guaranteed to be one of the big books of 2019. You won't be able to put this down. It's about time we found out the truth about JT LeBeau... — Luca Veste
A corkscrewing rollercoaster of thrills, switchbacks, loop-de-loops and screaming good fun. Add it to your wish list! — Mark Edwards
Steve Cavanagh must have sold his soul to the devil at the crossroads outside of Rosedale, Mississippi in exchange for becoming one of the world's best crime writers. Just read TWISTED and he's done it again. As edgy, gripping & brilliant as Thirteen. Steve is 5/5 — Adrian McKinty
Which is the twistiest thing ever? A Twister lolly? A game of Twister? Twister, the movie, starring Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt? If you ask me, it's Twisted by Steve Cavanagh! It's got more twists than a Curly Wurly! — Stuart Neville
In the words of the great Jim Ross, "Good Gawd Almighty". What a heck of a year or so for Steve Cavanagh: his fourth novel THIRTEEN sold like hotcakes and was on many 'best of the year' lists, his third tale THE LIAR won the CWA Gold Dagger, and now this. Best yet? Devoured it in a day. — Craig Sisterson
Looks set to cement his status as heir apparent to John Grisham. — Daily Express
This killer thriller more than lives up to its name with twists that left me breathless. A surefire hit from this master of the genre. — Steph Broadribb
Another cracking read which more than lives up to its name. Do yourself a favour and pick up a copy as soon as you can. — Brian McGilloway
If you enjoyed Steve Cavanagh's last novel Thirteen, you'll love his latest, Twisted. A class act in every sense. — Paul Burston
As nastily inventive as his highly successful Thirteen. — Sunday Express
Outstanding. Totally absorbing and compelling. A masterpiece in thriller plotting - twists and turns at a ferocious pace, leading to a nail-biting conclusion. — Mel Sherrat