Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Regular price: $2.99
Deal price: $0.99
Deal starts: November 23, 2022
Deal ends: November 23, 2022
Jeanette is the manager of a probation hostel that houses high risk offenders released on license.
At 3am one morning, she receives a call telling her a resident has been murdered.
Her whole team, along with the eight convicted murderers, are now all suspects in a crime no one saw committed…
Don’t miss the first nerve-shredding standalone thriller from Noelle Holten, author of the Maggie Jamieson series.
What readers are saying:
‘This is hands down one of the best books I have read this year so far’ Claire, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘This book was FANTASTIC! Like seriously, it kept me glued to the edge of my seat the entire time’ Tiffiny, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘I read this book in a couple of hours. It’s a mystery that absolutely left me astounded’ Lynn, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘OMG this is going to be a tough mystery thriller to beat this year!’ Alyssa, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘Another absolute belter of a read… Holten has definitely left her mark in the crime thriller genre with this book and her DC Maggie Jamieson series, and she is right up there with the best of the best!’ Marnie, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘A gripping story line that had me so hooked I found it hard to put down… Definitely one to be read again’ Sandra, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘Had me hooked from the first page. I'm looking forward to reading more by Noelle’ Hayley, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘A cracking read and one that I would definitely recommend’ Yvonne, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘If you’re a fan of her writing, you will love this one, and if you haven’t read her work yet, then you definitely need to’ Jacob, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘One of the best books I’ve read this year’ Nigel, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘This is a cracking good read. It’s both a brilliant whodunnit and a very interesting look at the workings of the probation service’ Ann, 5* NetGalley reader review
‘A masterpiece’ Surjit, 5* NetGalley reader review