Through the Wall - Caroline Corcoran

Through the Wall

By Caroline Corcoran

  • Release Date: 2019-10-03
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
  • Size: 2.22 MB
Score: 4
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Description

Now a Sunday Times top 20 bestseller

‘A rival to Gone Girl for its addictive, twisted plot.’ STYLIST

Lexie’s got the perfect life. And someone else wants it…

Lexie loves her home. She feels safe and secure in it – and loved, thanks to her boyfriend Tom.

But recently, something’s not been quite right. A book out of place. A wardrobe door left open. A set of keys going missing…

Tom thinks Lexie’s going mad – but then, he’s away more often than he’s at home nowadays, so he wouldn’t understand.

Because Lexie isn’t losing it. She knows there’s someone out there watching her. And, deep down, she knows there’s nothing she can do to make them stop…

A compelling, heart-racing thriller that will have you looking over your shoulder long after you turn the last page. The perfect read for fans of Louise Candlish and Adele Parks.

‘Corcoran maintains suspense throughout and is brave enough not to opt for a fairytale ending.’ DAILY MAIL

Reviews

‘A rival to Gone Girl for its addictive, twisted plot.’ STYLIST

‘[A] successful foray into Girl on the Train territory, replete with jealousy, stalking, gaslighting and control-freakery.’ THE GUARDIAN

‘A deliciously twisted thriller.’ RED

‘Some thrillers peter out, but this atmospheric read really ramps up the pace as it nears its chilling end.’ GOOD HOUSEKEEPING

‘Corcoran maintains suspense throughout and is brave enough not to opt for a fairytale ending.’ DAILY MAIL

‘A well- paced, insightful but ultimately twisted look at modern life.’ THE SUN

‘The narrative flows effortlessly as the tension ramps up.’ MY WEEKLY

‘I could not put it down…a fantastically written, deeply dark story that raises important issues.’ THE COURIER

‘A claustrophobic, creepy and atmospheric read.’ WRITING.IE

‘A terrific debut, which gripped me from the very first page’ CASS GREEN, bestselling author of In a Cottage In a Wood

‘The writing is so vivid it's frightening…an astonishingly powerful exploration of how our own minds can be the darkest, scariest places of all.’ DAISY BUCHANAN, award winning journalist and author

‘SO EXCELLENT…creepy, compelling and genuinely unputdownable.’ LUCY VINE, journalist and bestselling author of Hot Mess

'Bursting with tension and an impending sense of doom, this book will make sure you never look at your neighbours the same again. A stunning debut.' CLAIRE ALLAN, bestselling author of Her Name Was Rose

‘I was completely gripped. A compelling, emotionally intelligent human drama with superbly drawn characters.’ BP WALTER, author of A Version of the Truth

‘Utterly addictive and unnerving. I was on edge right up to the last page…the best thriller I’ve read in years.’ JO USMAR

Reviews

  • Simply amazing

    5
    By Laydeeqt
    What a book!!!! It is so accurate of today's society and is so insightful into the jealous minds of women and how what we presume and see from outside could b per totally different to what's actually happening... I couldn't stop reading. This is one very talented author thank you!!!!
  • TTW

    5
    By BackToBook
    I loved this book! The storyline slowly builds until it reaches a a truly horrifying section where you’re hoping and praying the worst doesn’t happen... The two main characters in this book are both so believable and have experienced and are experiencing unpalatable things going on in their lives which many readers will relate in part to. If you take time to read the Acknowledgements at the end of the book you will understand why the author has written certain areas of the story with such a deep knowledge and understanding. A thoroughly well written and thought provoking debut book.
  • Absolutely loved it!

    5
    By littlemisskatyb
    Stunning twisty-turny debut novel. Creepy and atmospheric. How well do we really know our neighbours?

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