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‘Rides its rising tide of terror to a finale that blanched my knuckles. An exceptionally suspenseful thriller’ A J Finn, Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author of The Woman in the Window
There is a stranger outside Caroline's house.
Her spectacular new beach house, built for hosting expensive parties and vacationing with the family she thought she'd have. But her husband is lying to her and everything in her life is upside down, so when the stranger, Aidan, shows up as a bartender at the same party where Caroline and her husband have a very public fight, it doesn't seem like anything out of the ordinary.
As her marriage collapses around her and the lavish lifestyle she's built for herself starts to crumble, Caroline turns to Aidan for comfort…and revenge. After a brief and desperate fling that means nothing to Caroline and everything to him, Aidan's obsession with Caroline, her family, and her house grows more and more disturbing. And when Caroline's husband goes missing, her life descends into a nightmare that leaves her accused of her own husband's murder.
A Stranger on the Beach is Strangers on a Train meets Fatal Attraction in Michele Campbell's edge-of your-seat story of passion and intrigue.
Praise for A Stranger on the Beach:
‘A Stranger on the Beach rides its rising tide of terror to a finale that blanched my knuckles. An exceptionally suspenseful thriller’ A J Finn
‘The latest release from bestseller Michele Campbell is darkly intriguing and speaks volumes about how keeping up appearances and burying secrets can lead to disastrous consequences.’ Woman’s Own
‘After all the twists and turns, you’ll want to start this book all over again, it’s that good! The book to beat in 2020’ Women’s Weekly Fiction Monthly
‘Gripping … a genuinely suspenseful thrill ride. It’s a whole lot of fun.’ Heat
‘This book had so many twists and turns. I LOVED it.’ Kathy L, Netgalley reviewer
‘This is an edge of your seat tale of obsession. It's compelling, absorbing, and gritty.’ Lyndsie G, Netgalley reviewer