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  • Robert Ludlum meets Stephen King. In Harm's Way is a fantastic, fast-paced thriller that confounds expectations. Anthony Mosawi has created a wonderfully original character in Sara Eden and I can't wait to see more of her. Highly recommended

    Adam Hamdy
  • Anthony Mosawi's masterful new novel In Harm's Way is an unrelenting thrill ride. As the clock ticks down, a cast of brilliant, beautifully drawn and fascinatingly imperfect characters must find a way to work together to prevent unspeakable carnage. Sara Eden, the main character, is compelling and marvellously complex. I absolutely loved it

    David Klass
  • Sara Eden is a brilliantly unique character who we can't help rooting for as she maneuvers the complex and thrilling world that Mosawi has created. This book was impossible to put down

    Tania Landau, producer of Vantage Point
  • A masterful, action-packed page-turner that rises well above the genre

    Val Hill, executive producer of Blade Runner 2049
  • Mosawi has done something wonderful with In Harm's Way. He's crafted a pulse-pounding, first-rate thriller, and coupled it with an unforgettable protagonist, something rarely seen in the genre. I could not put this book down

    Bruce Terris, executive producer of Perpetual Grace, Ltd
  • With a shadowy past and a secret program, Mosawi blasts Sara Eden into the pantheon of contemporary thriller stars

    Gregg Hurwitz, bestselling author of Orphan X
  • Nail-biting. Trust No One moves at a blistering pace and creates an extraordinary, terrifying world

    Marc Helwig, executive producer of Netflix's Lost in Space
  • Will have you guessing till the very last page. Explosively exciting, Trust No One is an instant spy classic

    Tom Marcus, former MI5 agent and bestselling author of Soldier Spy
  • Furiously paced, there is nothing derivative about this debut. A young girl is locked in a sensory deprivation tank; years later she begins to piece together the fragments of her past. The action that follows is cleverly inspired by a real-life figure, Helen Duncan, a Scottish medium who came to the attention of Winston Churchill during the Second World War

    Observer

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