The Sixth Window
THE PERFECT MAN… OR A PERFECT STRANGER?
by Rachel Abbott
Pub Date 21 Feb 2017
the UK’s ‘e-publishing sensation’ (Guardian), is back with The Sixth Window – another white-knuckle ride of a
thriller, with a beautifully complex plot, and a heart-wrenching moral dilemma
at its core. The Sixth Window is poised to smash straight into the bestseller charts, just as
Abbott’s previous novels have done.
2.5 MILLION COPIES SOLD WORLDWIDE
UK’s NO.1 BESTSELLING INDEPENDENT AUTHOR
In The Sixth
Window, a dark, disturbing and addictively intriguing thriller, Abbott once
again proves why she is one of the UK’s bestselling thriller writers. Her
trademark tense, twisty and complex plot focuses on Natalie Gray and her
daughter Scarlett, who are racing to uncover the shocking truth about the one
person they thought they knew best.
Eighteen months after Natalie Gray loses her husband Bernie in a horrific hit and run accident, she finds love with his best friend, Ed Cooper, and moves into his home with her teenage daughter Scarlett. But she begins to suspect Ed has a dark side -- and even darker intentions. Natalie must get her troubled child to a safer place, but when Scarlett starts to hear voices coming from the empty apartment next door it seems she has unwittingly moved them into the heart of danger.
DCI Tom Douglas is also chasing the truth. As his investigation into the suicide of a teenage girl draws him ever closer to Natalie and Scarlett, will he be too late to protect them from the threat they face, or from the truths that will tear their lives apart?
'A PROPERLY ADDICTIVE, LEAVE-THE-LIGHT-ON THRILLER’
– Red Magazine
‘THIS FAST PACED THRILLER WILL HAVE YOU RACING THROUGH TO IT’S SHOCKING CONCLUSION’ - Closer
'ALMOST UNBEARABLY TENSE, WITH A KILLER TWIST.’
– Good Housekeeping
‘What I loved the most about this book was the plot.
There are a few 'curve balls' in this story, which definitely kept me on my
toes. I really could not put this down.’ Debra's Book
Crime Fiction Lover‘Prose is taut, wholly believable locations and a full cast bursting with engaging characters.’ -- Books, Reviews, Etc.
‘Ms. Abbott writes complex and yet very
believable thrillers and this book was no exception. You will be on the edge of
your seat constantly. 5 stars. A very strong thriller.’ -- Crime
‘The characters are believable and the crimes credible. Contemporary issues, grief and desperation are well handled. The pace is good, the twists credible and it can easily be read as a stand alone. Enjoy.’ Crime Thriller Hound
‘Absorbing, complex and brilliantly planned, I loved this book. 10/10.’ -- Novelicious
‘As in her previous books the crimes are complex, the story-lines interesting and appealing. I was wowed by Kill Me Again on many different levels.’ -- Cleo Loves Books
‘Rachel is such a skilled writer, that you forget everything that is going on around you and concentrate solely on her books. An absolutely brilliant book which left me feeling completely exhausted at the end with a twist right at the very end that I NEVER saw coming at all! -- Kim the Bookworm
‘This book is fantastic. It will take you on a rollercoaster right up to the last page. I loved it and totally recommend it.’ -- NovelKicks
A fast paced, edge of your seat suspenseful read with realistically drawn characters, all wrapped up with excellent writing and a wonderfully twisty and complex plot that slowly reveals more secrets and lies.’ -- My Reading Corner
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