Hilary Norman's novels are some of the genre's scariest' Scotsman
Jake Woods, ex-cop and criminal justice professor, is pulled into danger when investigating the disappearance of a friend's son. Attempting to help, he uncovers a similar case in New York City, where Lydia Johanssen is going through hell because her sixteen-year-old son has vanished. Each disappeared after receiving an anonymous gift: 'Limbo', a violent, bestselling computer game.
Jake identifies with Lydia's plight. But his involvement brings great peril. This is the work of a kidnapper for whom the margins between reality and fantasy have blurred beyond recognition. To him, it's all just a game . . .
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Hilary Norman was born and educated in London. After working as an actress she had careers in the fashion and broadcasting industries. She travelled extensively throughout Europe and lived for a time in the United States before writing her first international bestseller, In Love and Friendship, which has been translated into 17 languages. Her subsequent novels have been equally successful. She lives in North London, where she has spent most of her life, with her husband and their beloved RSPCA rescue dog.