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Cry for Help

Steve Mosby

8 Reviews

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

You let her die...

A chilling psychological thriller from an author 'Up there with the Mark Billinghams of crime-horror' Metro

'Help me' the girl on the phone says. But she is already dead.

Dave Lewis is a man with a history. Haunted by his brother's murder when they were children, and scarred by his parents' grief, he's trying to convince himself the past is the past.

When Detective Sam Currie failed to prevent his son's death it cost him everything - until a new crime takes hold of him. A killer is stalking the city, abducting girls and sending texts and emails to their families before he kills them. When Dave Lewis appears to connect both investigations, it's an opportunity Currie can't resist...

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Praise for Cry for Help

  • Thrilling, compulsive and difficult to put down - Guardian

  • A potential great of the crime genre... an instant classic... an excellent writer... pretty much flawless - London Lite

  • An absolutely spellbinding thriller ... A tour de force, Mosby... is now on my list of my annual must-reads - Spinetingler

  • Mosby's electrifyingly scary thriller will have you checking the tent flaps at night - if you haven't already fled to a hotel - Daily Mail

  • [Mosby] writes with confidence and originality, and displays an impressive feel for horror - The Times

  • Writing of this quality and originality doesn't come along very often - Morning Star

  • His book is fiercely original, truly intriguing. This is speculative fiction at its reckless best - Literary Review

  • A cracking futuristic thriller - Irish Examiner

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Steve Mosby

Steve Mosby lives and works in Leeds. He is the author of THE THIRD PERSON, THE CUTTING CREW, THE 50/50 KILLER, CRY FOR HELP, STILL BLEEDING and BLACK FLOWERS. His novels have been translated widely and longlisted for the Theakstons Crime Novel of the Year Award and CWA Dagger in the Library. Find out more at: www.theleftroom.co.uk.

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