Arlidge is the author of Eeny Meeny and Pop Goes the Weasel, and has been dubbed 'the new Jo Nesbo'.
A young woman wakes up in a cold, dark cellar, with no idea how she got there or who her kidnapper is. So begins her terrible nightmare.
Nearby, the body of another young woman is discovered buried on a remote beach. But the dead girl was never reported missing - her estranged family having received regular texts from her over the years. Someone has been keeping her alive from beyond the grave.
For Detective Inspector Helen Grace it's chilling evidence that she's searching for a monster who is not just twisted but also clever and resourceful - a predator who's killed before.
And as Helen struggles to understand the killer's motivation, she begins to realize that she's in a desperate race against time . . .
I would like to thank the publishers and Netgalley for allowing me to read this book.
I've unfortunately had to stop reading due to the grammatical errors and getting rather confused in the storyline as to where 1 part ended and another part stopped. The characters were a bit weird with who was who. Bringing in other characters who we have no idea what part they played and the way it was coming across to me was disappointing.
I will say I loved Eeny Meeny and Pop Goes The Weasel by this author but unfortunately this wasn't exactly what I was expecting from this book. Sorry to those who loved it.