A 'must-read novel' (Hello!) by Christopher J. Yates, a dark and compelling thriller about three teenagers whose lives are changed for ever after a seemingly senseless crime.
'[A] must-read novel . . . Spine-tingling' Hello!
Matthew and Hannah were just playing in the woods, a little way from home.
But now he's tying Hannah to a tree. And she has never been so terrified.
Patrick is there too, hidden, watching. He can't move.
He can't take his eyes off Matthew's gun.
Years later, in New York City, leading adult lives they never would have imagined, the three will meet again. With even more devastating consequences.
It all began on Grist Mill Road . . .
GRIST MILL ROAD is a chilling and heart-stopping thriller about friendship, family and revenge, perfect for fans of Odd Child Out, The Sinner and The Kind Worth Killing.
'Darkly, intricately layered, full of pitfalls and switchbacks, smart and funny and moving and merciless' Tana French
'At once disturbing and discomforting, at the same time as being excitingly un-put-down-able . . . A superbly written psychological thriller with the power and deadly ferocity of a harpoon' Shots magazine
'Dark, compelling and beautifully written, Grist Mill Road absolutely captivated me' Cass Green, author of In A Cottage In A Wood
'I couldn't put Grist Mill Road down. Yates is particularly brilliant on the dark urgency of adolescence, and conjuring up a sense of place . . . I loved it' Eve Chase, author of Black Rabbit Hall and The Vanishing of Audrey Wilde
'Dark, intense, and disturbing . . . A thriller with imagination to spare' Krysten Ritter
'A sinister, plot-twisty tale . . . Intelligent' Oprah.com
'Arresting . . . Sophisticated . . . Elegant' New York Times
'If you like layered, psychological suspense stories then I highly recommend Grist Mill Road. 5 stars!!!' Goodreads reviewer
Darkly, intricately layered, full of pitfalls and switchbacks, smart and funny and moving and merciless
A sinister, plot-twisty tale . . . intelligent - Oprah.com
Arresting . . . Sophisticated . . . Elegant narrative - New York Times
Dark, intense, and disturbing . . . A thriller with imagination to spare