Where science and belief meet . . . A terrifying thriller from 'Britain's answer to Stephen King and Michael Crichton' [Sunday Telegraph]
How perfect is too perfect?
Ross Ransome is at the top of his profession; one of the most successful, and certainly one of the richest, plastic surgeons in the business. Such a man would expect his wife to be perfect - and why not? After all, he has spent enough hours in surgery to get her that way.
But when his wife falls ill she turns her back on conventional medicine, and her arid marriage, and seeks help from the world of alternative medicine and a charismatic therapist who promises not just medical salvation.
For Ransome, this is the ultimate betrayal. It defies logic, and Ross Ransome is a profoundly logical man. Logically, he can see no reason why any man should have his wife when he can't. It's all completely rational...
'Irresistibly readable as well as utterly believable' Robert Goddard
'Britain's closest equivalent to Stephen King.' Sunday Times
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* Each Peter James novel can be read as a standalone*
Peter James is getting better with every book ... an atmosphere so charged with menace that readers will find themselves glancing over their shoulders - The Times
Britain's answer to Stephen King and Michael Crichton. Brilliant - Sunday Express
Makes one despair that the phrase "born storyteller" has been so wretchedly devalued - New Scientist
Compulsive ... I cannot remember when I last read a novel I enjoyed so much - Sunday Telegraph
Peter James is an international bestselling thriller writer. He is a #1 Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller and he is published in thirty-seven languages. His DS Roy Grace crime novels have sold 18 million copies worldwide. Prior to becoming a full-time author, he was responsible for twenty-five movies. In 1994 his novel Host was the world's first electronic novel, published on two floppy discs. He received the CWA Diamond Dagger in 2016.