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At Home with CJ Tudor and Will Dean

One night TWO CRIME authors - CJ Tudor and Will Dean chat about their latest books in the latest At Home With event...

Wednesday 27th January, 2021 @ 7:30 pm

  • Book Launch
  • In Conversation
  • Online event

5.98 – 32.93

About the Event

One night TWO CRIME authors - CJ Tudor and Will Dean chat about their latest books in the latest At Home With event...

About the Books...

Welcome to Chapel Croft - CJ Tudor

For Rev Jack Brooks and teenage daughter Flo it's supposed to be a fresh start. New job, new home. But, as Jack knows, the past isn't easily forgotten.

And in a close-knit community where the residents seem as proud as they are haunted by Chapel Croft's history, Jack must tread carefully. Ancient superstitions as well as a mistrust of outsiders will be hard to overcome.

Yet right away Jack has more frightening concerns.

The Last Thing to Burn - Will Dean

 

Her husband calls her Jane. That is not her name.

She lives in a small farm cottage, surrounded by vast, open fields. Everywhere she looks, there is space. But she is trapped. No one knows how she got to the UK: no one knows she is there. Visitors rarely come to the farm; if they do, she is never seen.

Her husband records her every movement during the day. If he doesn't like what he sees, she is punished.

For a long time, escape seemed impossible. But now, something has changed. She has a reason to live and a reason to fight. Now, she is watching him, and waiting . 

About the Book

The Last Thing to Burn
The Last Thing to Burn

Will Dean

Publisher:Hodder & Stoughton

Publication date:7 Jan 2021

ISBN:9781529307054

3.73 out of 5
5 reviews
"Dean laudably combines gaslighting and modern slavery in this set-up, but it makes for a necessarily repetitive and relentlessly grim read"
The Sunday Times
"a short, sharp shocker, burning with righteous anger, intended to highlight the evils of human trafficking"
The Times
"this is a true nail-biter"
The Guardian
"one of the best thrillers I have read in years: I consumed it in great gulps"
The Observer
"ts unrelenting narrative of spousal cruelty is not for the fainthearted"
Financial Times

A dark and brilliant new standalone thriller from a rising star in the crime genre.