a stunning and unforgettable crime thriller
by Dominic Nolan
Pub Date 5 Mar 2020
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PEOPLE ARE BORN. MONSTERS ARE MADE.
Epic, thrilling and beautifully written, AFTER DARK is a twisting masterpiece of crime fiction that fans of Ian Rankin, Tim Weaver, Belinda Bauer and Tana French will love.
'A dark tale that suggests Nolan is set to become Britain's Michael Connelly' Daily Mail
'Full of good twists' Independent - Books of the month.
'Tense and thrilling' Heat
A girl held captive her entire life
After a shocking discovery, the police must unravel a mystery that horrifies the nation.
A detective condemned as a criminal
Violently abducted while searching for a missing woman, D.S. Abigail Boone suffered retrograde amnesia - remembering nothing of her previous life. Defying the law to hunt those responsible, she now languishes behind bars.
A monster hiding in the shadows
In desperation, police turn to Boone - who fears a connection to the disappearance of a child three decades earlier...and a mysterious underworld figure whose name is spoken only in whispers.
Freed from prison, what will Boone sacrifice - and who must she become - to uncover the terrifying truth?
'Thrilling, menacing and beautifully crafted. A must-read for crime fiction fans.' OLIVIA KIERNAN
'Gripping' Woman and Home
'So dark and gripping...really intelligent crime writing.' JO SPAIN
'I absolutely devoured it.' TREVOR WOOD
'Dark, thrilling and restlessly poetic...grips you by the throat and refuses to let go.' VICTORIA SELMAN
Praise for Dominic Nolan's debut PAST LIFE:
'A great story told with real poise' Simon Kernick, Sunday Times bestseller
'A book that grabs you and refuses to let go till the very end' Alex Gray
'Crime as it should be written...gripping, addictive, a thrill of a ride.' Jo Spain, international bestseller
'A beautifully written debut... this is a moving story, poignantly told.' Daily Mail
'This powerhouse novel is not for the fragile-hearted...one hell of a debut' Heat
'A smart, distinctive debut' Sunday Mirror