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New York Times bestseller Brenda Novak’s third novel in the Evelyn Talbot series sees the return of psychiatrist Dr Evelyn Talbot in her purpose-built facility housing America’s most terrifying psychopaths. This is SILENCE OF THE LAMBS meets Karen Rose…

Over twenty years ago, Dr Evelyn Talbot was scarred for life when her teenage boyfriend Jasper Moore tortured her and left her for dead. And she fears one day he will return to finish what he started.

Evelyn has tried to move forward and turned her trauma into her life’s work. As a leading psychiatrist at Hanover House in remote Alaska, she is confronted with psychopaths and danger every day. She delves deep into their minds, despite the horrors that hide there, trying to figure out why they do what they do.

When a woman goes missing from a nearby cabin, Evelyn immediately believes one of the Hanover House killers might be involved. But something about the case brings familiar and terrifying memories back to haunt her. She fears the truth may be closer, and darker, than she first imagined.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Thriller / Suspense

On Sale: 1st November 2018

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781472241009

Reviews

Gut-gripping suspense
Karen Rose
Her Darkest Nightmare is as stimulating as it is gripping, and Novak has crafted an exceptional new series that will leave you wanting more
<i>True Crime</i> magazine
Seamless plotting, emotional intensity and true-to-life characters...completely satisfying
Allison Brennon
Spins a taut, spine-tingling story with imagery so vivid it leaves you breathless
Christine Feehan
Richly detailed with believable characters and gripping action...Brenda Novak just gets better and better
Carla Neggers
Brenda Novak has carved out her spot among the masters of suspense and mystery
Sherrilyn Kenyon
Another engrossing addition to Novak's addictive series
Library Journal