The Nightmare Thief

The Nightmare Thief
Meg Gardiner
Reviewed by Natalia Fedoruk
Blue Door
Thu, 09/06/2011

Spoilt rich girl Autumn receives a 21st birthday surprise like no other: her father has booked the ultimate adventure experience with an urban reality game company that aims to make the impossible possible. Autumn and her friends prepare for their 'crime-spree weekend' but, elsewhere, someone has other ideas for the group. As forensic psychiatrist Jo Beckett attempts to discover clues to a mysterious death, she finds herself intertwined with the kidnapped teens and must keep them safe – but when nobody knows where you are in the Californian wilderness, the clock is ticking.

This novel hooks you quickly and drags you round some unexpected twists. A must-read for any detective thriller fan.


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