Rebound is one of those super sneaky page-turners – the kind of book where you’re certain you’re going to put it down when you get to the end of the chapter, but then something happens that makes you want to keep reading. And so you read another chapter. And another, and another…
Packed full of red-herrings, surprise plot twists and complex characters with questionable morals, this tightly written psychological thriller is a sure bet to be one of the most popular crime reads of the year, not to mention an excellent choice for book clubs.
Protagonist Anna is a dynamic and very compelling main character. Recently single and enjoying her independence, she makes an impulsive decision that leads to an encounter with a strange man… and suddenly her life is drastically and irrevocably changed.
An engrossing debut from an impressive new talent, Rebound is the perfect read for fans of Gillian Flynn, Chelsea Cain and Mary Kubica.
by Aga Lesiewicz
Life is good for Anna Wright. She’s a successful media executive working for one of the UK’s largest TV corporations. She’s got a great boyfriend, some close friends and a lovely home. She adores her dog, Wispa, and she loves to run to help her de-stress.
But Anna’s perfect life starts to crumble from the moment when, out jogging on the Heath one day, she meets a handsome stranger. She takes a route into unfamiliar territory, and then she has to face the consequences.
There’s a dark, growing creepiness as the atmosphere becomes unsettled and, as Anna’s professional life becomes increasingly pressured and poisonous, her obsession with the intriguing stranger intensifies.
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