Stone Bruises: You Can Run, But Can You Ever Really Hide?

Stone Bruises: You Can Run, But Can You Ever Really Hide?

Simon Beckett


The deliciously unnerving and claustrophobically compelling new mental mystery via the No.1 the world over bestselling writer of The Chemistry of Death.
     'Somebody!' I half-sob after which, extra quietly, 'Please.' The phrases look absorbed through the afternoon warmth, misplaced among the bushes. of their aftermath, the silence descends back. i do know then that i am unlikely anywhere...
     Sean is at the run. we do not be aware of why and we do not be aware of from whom, yet we do recognize he is deserted his battered, blood-stained vehicle in the course of an remoted a part of rural France on the top of a sweltering summer season. desirous to keep away from the police, he is taking to the parched fields and kingdom lanes yet his leg is stuck in a vicious animal catch. close to subconscious from soreness and lack of blood, he's freed and brought in via ladies -- daughters of the landlord of a rundown neighborhood farm with its ramshackle barn, blighted winery and the brooding lake. And it is then that Sean's difficulties rather start... This nail-shredder of a mystery -- just like the fiction of Nicci French or Gillian Flynn -- holds you from the start, tightening its grip because the tale unfurls and shocks you with its ultimate twist.

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