The Buried Girl: The most chilling psychological thriller you'll read all year
A haunting, nerve-jangling psychological thriller from Sunday Times bestselling author Richard Montanari set in a small town hiding a very dark secret
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A haunting, nerve-jangling psychological thriller from Sunday Times bestselling author Richard Montanari set in a small town hiding a very dark secret.When psychologist Will Hardy's wife is killed by a patient, he and his teenage daughter Detta move into Godwin Hall, a dusty, shut-up mansion inherited from a distant aunt in the small town of Abbeville, Ohio.Meanwhile Ivy Lee, a second-generation cop, is investigating the disappearance of a local girl in Abbeville. She's convinced this may only be the latest in a long line of murders dating back decades - including her own long-missing sister.But what place does Will's new home have in the story of the missing girls? And what links the killings to the diary of a young woman written over a century earlier?
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||A cracking good read * Promoting Crime Fiction * Truly terrifying * Woman's Way * Exceptional . . . an engrossing story * Publishers Weekly * The plot twists and narrative conjuring tricks continued to the penultimate page . . . extra icing on what was already a very enjoyable and well-made cake * Crime Fiction Lover * Richard Montanari's elegiac tone takes the curse off Shutter Man, a blood-drenched thriller about a group of imperfectly domesticated boys who came from the same blighted neighborhood and grew up to become criminals and killers - and cops . . . Gripping * New York Times *
||Bertrams Star Rating: 4 stars (out of 5)
Richard Montanari was born in Cleveland, Ohio, to a traditional Italian-American family. After university, he travelled extensively in Europe and lived in London. Returning to the US, he started working as a freelance writer for The Chicago Tribune, The Detroit Free Press, The Seattle Times, and many others. He wrote his first book, Deviant Way, in 1996 and it won the OLMA for Best First Mystery. His novel Shutter Man was named a New York Times Crime Novel of the Year for 2016, and his books have now been published in more than twenty-five languages.