The Outsider by Emily Organ

The Outsider

She never knew Lisa. But she is haunted by her death. 

Yasmin Clark meets wealthy widower Daniel Ward and moves into his home in a small village, but it’s not long since his wife died and emotions are still raw. 

Richard Cohen thinks Lisa’s death is suspicious and has started his own investigation. He wants Yasmin to help but can she trust him? 

With hostility from Daniel’s friends, events take a threatening turn for Yasmin and her friendship with Richard is ill-fated. 

She finds herself pursuing a challenge which has evaded a police investigation. Is the personal cost too great?

“There are so many things to love about this book. There’s the strength of the plot, the intelligence of developing memorable characters, and the construction of phrases, but in literature it all comes down to the story.” – read more on Perfect at Midnight

“This romantic thriller builds the tension beautifully, right from the first chapter.” Read more of this review on Sandy Calico’s blog Baby Baby.

“The story takes many twist and turns, leaving you guessing right up until the last few pages.” Read more of this review on Nickie O’Hara’s blog Typecast.

“This book is so good I almost missed my tube stop reading it!” Read Carol’s review at Lipstick and Lace.

“I’ve  a burning desire to read more and to find out more. I do hope Emily writes a sequel.” Read Clare’s review at Being a Mummy.

 

 


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