The Intrusions

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ISBN 9780571297276 Format Paperback
9780571297276
Paperback
Published 01/02/2018 Length 352 pages
352

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WINNER OF THE 2018 THEAKSTON OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR

A SUNDAY TIMES AND GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR, 2017

'A Silence of the Lambs for the internet age as a serial killer stalks his prey online, entering and controlling their lives. Chilling and utterly convincing.' Ian Rankin

'Exposes a nightmare world of secret surveillance.' Joan Smith, Sunday Times

Detectives Carrigan and Miller are thrust into the terrifying world of stalking and obsession when a drugged and distressed young woman arrives at their station claiming her friend has been abducted. Taking them from a backpackers’ hostel in west London, to the world of online intimidation, hacking and control, The Intrusionsexplores themes of dark psychology as Carrigan and Miller hunt for the shadowy figure behind a frightening and spiralling campaign of intrusion . . .

WINNER OF THE 2018 THEAKSTON OLD PECULIER CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEARA SUNDAY TIMES AND GUARDIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR, 2017'A Silence of the Lambs for the internet age as a serial killer stalks his prey online, entering and controlling their lives. Chilling and utterly convincing.' Ian Rankin'Exposes a nightmare world of secret surveillance.' Joan Smith, Sunday Times Detectives Carrigan and Miller are thrust into the terrifying world of stalking and obsession when a drugged and distressed young woman arrives at their station claiming her friend has been abducted. Taking them from a backpackers’ hostel in west London, to the world of online intimidation, hacking and control, The Intrusionsexplores themes of dark psychology as Carrigan and Miller hunt for the shadowy figure behind a frightening and spiralling campaign of intrusion . . .
  • About Stav Sherez

    Stav Sherez is the author of two previous novels. The Devil's Playground (2004), his debut, was described by James Sallis as 'altogether extraordinary, it introduces a major new talent', and was shortlisted for the CWA John Creasy Dagger Award. His second novel The Black Monastery (2009) was described as 'dynamite fiction' in the Independent and 'spectacular' by Laura Wilson in the Guardian. You can find him on twitter @stavsherez.

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