His break-ins are careful. His attacks are savage. His confidence is growing...'Intense, creepy and deeply disturbing. Mosby stabs right to the heart of one of our deepest fears' S J Bolton
DI Zoe Dolan is tracking a stalker who brutally attacks women in their own homes. With no idea how he gets in, or who he'll target next, the case is at a dead end - until a tip-off from a confidential helpline.
But the new information drags Zoe deeper into the darkness. As the psyche of a vicious criminal threatens to drown her, the traumas of her past creep ever closer.
Now, for Zoe and the other women of the city, nowhere is safe. Particularly their own bedroom in the dead of night . . .
In his latest psychological thriller, the increasingly impressive Steve Mosby taps into our darkest and most primal fear - that of having our personal space invaded. Powerful and unsettling, it will stay with you long after you've reached the final, killer twist - BELLA
Steve Mosby has become one of a handful of writers who make me excited about crime fiction
He writes like the very best American thriller writers ... Cancel all other engagements for the day - GUARDIAN
Steve Mosby should be up there with the Mark Billinghams of the crime-horror genre ... Mosby's narrative ingenuity quickly establishes itself and this exacting, often terrifying, tale ... soon exerts an irresistible grip - METRO
From the opening chapter, which delivers an intriguing shock, this is as taut and as scary a serial killer investigation as a reader could wish for, peopled with well-drawn characters and a sprinkling of red herrings to keep you guessing - IRISH INDEPENDENT
Scary tension level remains high throughout - TIMES
Exciting and well written - Mosby excels at catching you off guard. This is a highly recommended read but you may have to leave the light on afterwards - SUNDAY MIRROR