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A Killer Choice

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781409192299

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 30th May 2019

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

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A brilliantly twisty and gripping psychological thriller for fans of John Marrs, Shari Lapena and Heidi Perks.

Gary Foster’s life is finally heading in the right direction. After years of trying, his wife, Beth, is pregnant, and he recently opened a business with his brother. But one phone call changes everything….

After collapsing suddenly, Beth has been rushed to the hospital. Tests reveal a devastating diagnosis: an inoperable brain tumour. Their only hope is an expensive experimental treatment available abroad, with a cost that’s out of their reach. And Beth’s time is running out….

Then a strange man approaches Gary and offers the money he needs, on one condition: that he kill someone, no questions asked. End one life to save another.

If you liked The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena, Now You See Her by Heidi Perks, or The Good Samaritan by John Marrs, you’ll love A Killer Choice – the gripping psychological thriller about a family forced to make an impossible choice.


Terrific... full of shocks and twists you won't see coming - unputdownable and highly recommended!
A promising debut with a Hitchcockian hook . . . A terrific, cinematic read
WILLIAM LANDAY, bestselling author of Defending Jacob
Fans of Harlan Coben or Mary Kubica will want to add this promising author to their lineup of favourites
Speeds along like the best of Lee Child . . . A harrowing ride into desperation
JONATHAN MOORE, author of The Dark Room
[An] outstanding domestic suspense debut . . . recommended for fans of fast-paced thrillers that pose moral dilemmas (Lee Child, Harlan Coben, Joseph Finder). A real nail-biter
BOOKLIST (starred review)