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Taking of Annie Thorne: 'Britain's female Stephen King' Daily Mail

Author: C J Tudor
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THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER




'TERRIFIC IN EVERY WAY' LEE CHILD


You won't be able to put down the spine-tingling new novel from the author of The Chalk Man . . .


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THEN



One night, my little sister went missing.


There were searches, appeals. Everyone thought the worst.


And then, miraculously, she came back.


She couldn't, or wouldn't, say what had happened.


But she wasn't the same afterwards. She wasn't my Annie.


Because sometimes my own little sister scared me to death . . .


NOW



The email arrives in my inbox:


I know what happened to your sister.




It's happening again . . .
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'Confirms Tudor as Britain's female Stephen King. There is a creeping dread on every page'
Daily Mail


'Shows that her excellent The Chalk Man was no one-off in matching Stephen King for creepiness'
Sunday Express


'Written with such skill it's hard to believe this is only her second book. It gives King a run for his money'
James Oswald, author of the Inspector McLean series


'Dark, gothic and utterly compelling'
J. P. Delaney, author of Believe Me


'Deliciously creepy . . . An absolute corker of a book'
Riley Sager, bestselling author of The Last Time I Lied


Bertrams Buyer's Notes:

The author of }The Chalk Man{ conjures up the same sense of smalltown menace found in Stephen King's work or }Stranger Things{, as a man returns to his hometown in the wake of a brutal murder there - the same town where his sister went missing as a child.

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