Someone is playing tricks. Someone wants her to lose her mind.
Successful career woman, Sarah Harcourt, is a woman in jeopardy. Her self-confidence takes a knock when she is mugged, but that is only the start. The nuisance phone calls, the arrival of unordered goods and missing files at work make her begin to doubt her sanity. Someone is trying to undermine her position as a College Principal. The petty harassment soon escalates into something more dangerous. Life turns into a nightmare rollercoaster over which she has no control. When a colleague is killed and Sarah feels that the police have her down as the chief suspect, she knows she must find the murderer before he finds her. Betrayed by her estranged husband and her colleagues, who can she trust?
An edgy award-winning psychological suspense.
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Winner of the NAWG Award
‘The moment I started to read I knew it was the winner. The story is compelling, fast past, and well written. But there is something more than just the skill of the writing or a gripping storyline. It has that certain something – the X factor – the secret ingredient, so hard to define and even harder to create!
Perhaps it the deceptive effortlessness with which the writer spins her spell. Perhaps it’s the way she cleverly builds up the tension as her heroine realizes that the attack in the underpass wasn’t just a random mugging, but the start of a sinister and bewildering campaign of hate against her. Perhaps, it’s the determined and feisty way the heroine fights to unmask her tormentor. Whatever it is, I like it… I couldn’t put it down.’ Iain Pattison – Award judge
‘I really enjoyed this book. It has a compelling plot that captured my attention, right from the start. Lots of twists and turns along the way and a lot of characters who could be “the bad guy” right up until the end of the story. And no, I hadn’t picked the right one, I like that too! Very well written, good characterization, plot moves along quickly throughout. It’s also a story that makes you wonder if something similar could happen in your own life. Highly recommended!’ Geraldine Helen Hartman, author of the Haiku Reflections and Groovy Green Kitchen series.
‘This book, along with others that I have subsequently read of Judith’s is brilliantly written. The story grips you from the beginning and has you held in its clasp until the very end…! Each book Judith produces are equally highly engaging and thought provoking as each other. I love books that burn the midnight oil, and this book certainly does that. I’ve enjoyed reading all of Judith Cranswick’s books immensely and have had to exercise great control by resisting the temptation to read ahead!’