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The Guide

Peter Heller

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Adventure

The best-selling author of The River returns with a heart-racing thriller about a young man escaping his own grief and an elite fishing lodge in Colorado hiding a plot of shocking menace.

Kingfisher Lodge, nestled in a canyon on a mile and a half of the most pristine river water on the planet, is known by locals as 'Billionaire's Mile.' Sandwiched between barbed wire and a meadow with a sign that reads 'Don't Get Shot,' the Colorado resort boasts boutique fishing at its finest and a respite for wealthy clients.
Now, it also promises a second chance for Jack, a return to normalcy after a young life filled with loss. When he is assigned to guide a well-known singer, his only job is to rig her line, carry her gear and steer her to the best trout he can find.
But then a human scream pierces the night, and Jack soon realizes that this idyllic fishing lodge may be merely a cover for a far more sinister operation.

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Praise for The Guide

  • PRAISE FOR PETER HELLER AND THE RIVER

  • 'Glorious prose and razor-sharp tension' Observer Thrillers of the Year

  • 'Utter joy... A suspenseful tale told with glorious drama and lyrical flair' Denise Mina, New York Times

  • 'Urgent, visceral writing - I couldn't turn the pages fast enough' Clare Mackintosh

  • 'Lyrical and action-packed by turns' Guardian

  • 'A master of suspense... A thrilling read with a dramatic twist at the end: you will not be able to put it down' The Lady

  • 'A must read' Daily Express

  • 'Heller packs a ton of adventure and emotion in this short novel, and I dare you to put it down once you've picked it up' Criminal Element

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Peter Heller

Peter Heller is an award-winning adventure writer and contributing editor on Outside magazine, Men's Journal, and National Geographic Adventure. He is also the author of several non-fiction books, including Kook; The Whale Warriors; and Hell or High Water: Surviving Tibet's Tsangpo Gorge. He lives in Denver, Colorado.

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