The new literary thriller from international phenomenon Donato Carrisi, bestselling author of THE WHISPERER and THE GIRL IN THE FOG.
'Intriguing and very scary' Ken Follett
Abducted at thirteen.
Returned at twenty-eight.
Is it time to go back into the labyrinth?
A young woman named Samantha Andretti wakes up in a hospital bed.
Samantha was abducted when she was thirteen.
She was kept prisoner for fifteen years.
The man by her side, Dr. Green, believes that Samantha's memories contain the clues that will lead to the capture of her abductor. But why does she keep referring to a labyrinth?
Outside the hospital, private investigator Bruno Genko does not have long to live. Bruno was assigned to Samantha's case many years ago, and now it is his chance to make amends.
Can Samantha be persuaded to go back into the labyrinth? And how did the man at its centre vanish so quickly?
Praise for The Girl in the Fog by Donato Carrisi:
'A coldly brilliant expose of the depths of human nature' Sunday Times
'Compelling, beautifully written and atmospheric' Daily Mail
'A thoroughly disconcerting, addictive thriller' Metro
Intriguing and very scary
This mesmerising literary crime story is already a richly deserved sensation in Europe. It is so compelling, beautifully constructed and atmospheric that you'll savour each word . . . Spellbinding - Daily Mail (The Girl in the Fog)
Carrisi is an expert at misdirection . . . this is a thoroughly disconcerting, addictive thriller guaranteed to freeze your soul - Metro (on The Girl in the Fog)
A coldly brilliant expose of the depths of human nature - Sunday Times (on The Girl in the Fog)
Gruesome and gripping . . . a taut psychological thriller - The Times (on The Whisperer)
A gripping read . . . I defy anyone to guess the denouement - Guardian (on The Whisperer)