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FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF OUR HOUSE, WINNER OF THE CRIME & THRILLER BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD
‘The Other Passenger is just brilliant; gripping from the first page… Louise Candlish just gets better and better, I love her’ Lisa Jewell, author of The Family Upstairs
It all happens so quickly. One day you're living the dream, commuting to work by riverbus with your charismatic neighbour Kit in the seat beside you. The next, Kit hasn't turned up for the boat and his wife Melia has reported him missing.
When you get off at your stop, the police are waiting. Another passenger saw you and Kit arguing on the boat home the night before and the police say that you had a reason to want him dead. You protest. You and Kit are friends - ask Melia, she'll vouch for you. And who exactly is this other passenger pointing the finger? What do they know about your lives?
No, whatever danger followed you home last night, you are innocent, totally innocent.
Praise for The Other Passenger:
‘Filled with really excellent twists’ Stylist
‘The queen of the urban thriller returns with her winning blend of whodunit and thoroughly unreliable narrators’ Red
'One of the twistiest plots you'll ever read' Cosmopolitan
‘Stylish, suspenseful and absorbing’ Best
‘You won’t want to put down this roller coaster read!’ Closer
‘Gripping from start to finish’ Bella
‘Not only is Candlish a terrific storyteller, she has the gift of making you care about unlikable characters’ Guardian
‘I’ll be amazed if we don’t see The Other Passenger on screen before long’ London Evening Standard
‘The layers of plot astound’ Sunday Times Crime Club
‘Another clever tale’ Prima
‘A chillingly addictive and glamorous thriller' Sunday Post
‘Brilliantly plotted’ Mail on Sunday
‘Louise Candlish helped launch the ‘property noir’ genre with Our House and Those People. In The Other Passenger, she brings murder to the London commute' Observer
‘This author is so good at twisty yet completely believable domestic thrillers’ Good Housekeeping
‘A must read!’ Lucy Foley
'Dark and clever and terrific' Nicci French
'I couldn’t put it down!' Shari Lapena
‘Combines a tightly constructed, corkscrewing plot, a great sense of pace, and a sly critique of London's corrosive but necessary obsession with money' Sarah Vaughan
'Psychological suspense at its most elegant and sinister' AJ Finn
'Louise is the mistress of the ‘Oh my God, this could be me’ nightmare' Fiona Barton
‘A stunning masterwork of style and suspense’ Jeffery Deaver?
'Equal parts riveting, twisty, and unsettling' Stephanie Wrobel
'An instant classic' Mark Edwards