Caitlin Wahrer

Damage
  • Damage

  • DON'T MISS THIS GRIPPING AND SHOCKING DEBUT

    'Sets the standard for psychological suspense' JEFFREY DEAVER
    'One of the best books you'll read this year' SHARI LAPENA
    'Keeps you guessing until the end' 5***** Reader Review
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    Sometimes, the true story is the hardest to believe.

    TONY has always looked out for his younger brother, Nick. So when Nick is badly hurt and it looks like he was the victim of sexual assault, Tony's anger flares.

    JULIA is alarmed by her husband Tony's obsession with Nick's case. She's always known Tony has a temper. But does she really know what he's capable of?

    NICK
    went out for a drink. After that, everything's a blank. When he woke up he found himself in a world of confusion and pain, and the man who hurt him doesn't deny doing it. But he says the whole thing was consensual.

    Three ordinary people; one life-shattering event. When the police get involved with this family in crisis, all the cracks will start to show . . .

    Set to ignite debate and as gripping as your favourite box-set, Damage is a compulsive drama from an extraordinary new writer.
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    'Pulled me in from the first page with smart narration, characters I cared about, a hold-your-breath plot, and a terrific final twist. Put this one high on your summer list' STEPHEN KING

    'A brilliantly-observed novel about how a terrible crime can ignite the first match in a whole row. Twist after twist . . . To say I loved it is a wild understatement' GILLIAN MCALLISTER

    'Smart, suspenseful and timely' GILLY MACMILLAN

    Join the readers discovering DAMAGE . . .


    'I really can't recommend this book enough' 5***** Reader Review
    'The characters had depth . . . I felt for them all' 5***** Reader Review
    'The kind of book one doesn't forget' 5***** Reader Review

Caitlin Wahrer is a Maine girl through and through. She was born to two hippies who raised her in Canaan, a small town in central-southern Maine without a single stoplight in it. Regan left the state for four years to study criminal justice and marriage and family studies at a college in Pennsylvania. She returned to Maine after graduation to attend law school. She practices civil litigation in Portland. She and her husband, also a lawyer, live in South Portland with their dog.

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