The only way to catch a killer, is to think like one...The new heart-stopping thriller by police psychologist Emma Kavanagh
Up until yesterday I knew who I was.
Up until yesterday my life wasn't a lie.
Rosa Fisher is the smart girl, the good girl. At twenty-five and mid-way through a PhD in the psychology of fraud, she thinks she has herself all figured out. Until that night, when the house is dark and she is all alone, and she hears an intruder on the stairs.
But the intruder isn't looking for Rosa Fisher. He's after someone else. And everything Rosa has ever known about her world is about to be turned upside down.
Determined to find out who she really is, Rosa traces her origins back to a small Canadian town, to a fire in a barn and a devastating family tragedy. Which forces her to question - if she can lie with such ease, was she ever really the good girl after all?
A thrill a minute - I loved it. - Clare Mackintosh on To Catch a Killer
One of my favourite books of the year. The intricate, clever story is told well, and the characters are brilliantly drawn. - Rachel Abbott on To Catch a Killer
Fast-moving. Unexpected twists. Punchy writing. This author has teeth! A perfect thriller for winter nights! - Jane Corry on To Catch a Killer
Wow. Whether you like fast-paced thrillers or in-depth (spot-on) character-led mysteries, you're going to love To Catch a Killer by Emma Kavanagh. LOVED it. - Caz Frear on To Catch a Killer
Emma Kavanagh was born in Wales in 1978 and currently lives in South Wales with her husband and two young sons. She trained as a psychologist and, after leaving university, started her own business as a psychology consultant, specialising in human performance in extreme situations. For seven years she provided training and consultation for police forces and NATO and military personnel throughout the UK and Europe.
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