H. A. Linskey

Don't Let Him In
  • Don't Let Him In

  • THE SPINE-TINGLING NEW THRILLER FROM THE AUTHOR OF ALICE TEALE IS MISSING

    'Dark, creepy and compelling, with the claustrophobic sense of a killer waiting around every corner' T.M. LOGAN
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    Eriston is a small town.

    It's the kind of place where everyone knows your name - and your secrets.

    Rebecca hasn't been back in years, but she grew up in the shadow of the dark local legend. There have always been deaths in Eriston - more than can easily be explained. People dying in their houses, behind locked doors.

    Her father Sean had always warned her of the dangers. Don't let him in.

    When Rebecca returns, she discovers that her father wasn't willing to let the legend lie. He was on the verge of uncovering the town's darkest truth.

    He thought he was on the trail of a killer.
    Sean knew too much. Now he's dead.

    Rebecca could accept her father's death.
    Or she could risk her life by carrying on his work . . .
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    'Dark, sinister, clever and creepy. Keeps you guessing right to the very end' Neil Lancaster

    PRAISE FOR HOWARD LINSKEY

    'From the brilliant first chapter to the heart-in-mouth ending, Howard Linskey has created a dark, clever and engrossing tale that will grip crime readers the world over' CL Taylor

    'This story will cause nightmares, it is that good' Daily Mail

    'Dark and creepy with intrigue galore - an exceptional page-turner that I raced through' Mel Sherratt

H. A. Linskey is originally from Ferryhill in County Durham, but now lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and daughter. Under Howard Linskey, he is the author of a series of crime novels set in the North-East, featuring detective Ian Bradshaw and journalists Tom Carney and Helen Norton.

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