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Fair Warning

Fair Warning

HOW DO YOU FIND A KILLER WHO KNOWS EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU?



THE INSTANT NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER

‘AS EXCITING AS ANYTHING CONNELLY HAS WRITTEN’ THE TIMES


UTTERLY COMPELLING … THIS IS CONNELLY AT THE PEAK OF HIS POWERS’ MAIL ON SUNDAY

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Jack McEvoy is a reporter with a track record in finding killers. But he’s never been accused of being one himself.

Jack went on one date with Tina Portrero. The next thing he knows, the police are at his house telling Jack he’s a suspect in her murder.

Maybe it’s because he doesn’t like being accused of a crime he didn’t commit. Or maybe it’s because the method of her murder is so chilling that he can’t get it out of his head.

But as he uses his journalistic skills to open doors closed to the police, Jack walks a thin line between suspect and detective – between investigation and obsession – on the trail of a killer who knows his victims better than they know themselves…

Riveting, original and terrifying – this masterpiece from Michael Connelly is the best thriller you will read this summer.

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CRIME DOESN’T COME BETTER THAN CONNELLY.

‘One of the very best writers working today in any genre’ Sunday Telegraph

‘The pre-eminent detective novelist of his generation’ Ian Rankin

‘Crime thriller writing of the highest order’ Guardian

‘A superb natural storyteller’ Lee Child

‘A master’ Stephen King

‘A genius’ Independent on Sunday

‘America’s greatest living crime writer’ Daily Express

‘No one writes a better modern thriller than Connelly’ Evening Standard
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 26th May 2020

Price: £20

ISBN-13: 9781409199076

Reviews

More literary caviar from Connelly.
Barry Forshaw, Financial Times
The final hundred pages of this unnerving novel are as exciting as anything Connelly has written.
The Times
Utterly compelling and tinged with loss, this is Connelly at the peak of his powers.
Mail on Sunday