‘Heart-poundingly suspenseful and heart-wrenchingly insightful’ J.P. Delaney, author of The Girl Before
Married for ten years. Four children. She thought she knew her husband better than anyone.
She was wrong.
You get to work. Make a coffee. Turn on your computer.
Your task: break into a Russian criminal's laptop and find proof that he's concealing five deep-cover agents - seemingly normal people living in plain sight.
You’re in. Five faces stare back at you.
One of them is your husband.
PRAISE FOR KAREN CLEVELAND:
‘This compulsive, clever thriller will have you reading long into the night’ Red
‘An immensely satisfying story with serpentine twists and turns’ Daily Mail
'You won't be able to put it down until the final, stunning page' Shari Lapena, author of THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR
'If you read chapter two, you'll miss dinner, stay up far too late, and feel tired at work tomorrow. This is that kind of book. Superb.' Lee Child
I raced through this gripping tale of domesticity and deceit. Cleveland deliciously ratchets up the tension at every turn . . . you won't be able to put it down until the final, stunning page!
Heart-poundingly suspenseful and heart-wrenchingly insightful, NEED TO KNOW hums with authentic detail, crisp storytelling, and characters that will long stay in your thoughts.
This compulsive, clever thriller will have you reading long into the night.
If you liked THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR, try NEED TO KNOW by Karen Cleveland . . . Thrillers don't get much more twisty and turny than this one. If you don't mind staying up reading til 3am, this is the one for you.
Impressively compelling . . . this is probably the banker among the New Year crop thanks to its sheer page-turning readability.
The heart-stopping plot barely lets up pace throughout this brilliant novel.
You'll devour this terrific debut like the rest of us, skipping lunch, losing sleep, turning pages until the end, where we're all left waiting for more.
Karen Cleveland is the real deal - an exciting new voice in thrillers.
Prediction: if you read chapter one, you'll read chapter two. If you read chapter two, you'll miss dinner, stay up far too late, and feel tired at work tomorrow. This is that kind of book. Superb.