A gripping new thriller from the author of The Poison Artist - selected for BBC Radio 2 Book Club with Simon Mayo
'Do you ever think there's maybe something that's gone wrong with the world?'
A man is found dead in one of the city's luxury homes. Homicide detective Ross Carver arrives at the scene when six FBI agents burst in and forcibly remove him from the premises.
Two days later...
Carver wakes in his bed to find Mia a neighbor he's hardly ever spoken to, reading aloud to him. He has no recollection of the crime scene, no memory of how he got home, and no idea that two days have passed.
Carver knows nothing about this woman but as he struggles to piece together what happened to him, he soon realizes he's involved himself in a web of conspiracy that spans the nation.
And Mia just might know more than she's letting on...
'Moore has a great gift for the macabre and the creepy.' The Times
The Poison Artist is an electrifying read, building from shock to shock. I read the last 100 pages in a single sitting. The last chapter is an absolute stunner. I haven't read anything so terrifying since Red Dragon. - Stephen King
Patient, stylish and incredibly suspenseful. - Lee Child
Moore has a great gift for the macabre and the creepy. - The Times
Obsession and death collide in an elegantly written thriller. - Independent
Jonathan Moore and his wife live in Hawaii. When he's not writing, or fixing his boat, Jonathan is an attorney. Before completing law school in New Orleans, he was an English teacher, a whitewater raft guide on the Rio Grande, a counsellor at a Texas wilderness camp for juvenile delinquents, and an investigator for a criminal defense attorney in Washington, D.C.
Find out more at jonathanmoorefiction.com and follow Jonathan on Twitter @JonMooreFiction