Someone took Daisy Mason. Someone you know.
Cara Hunter is a writer who lives in Oxford, in a street not unlike those featured in her series of crime books. Close to Home is her debut featuring DI Adam Fawley, and her second, In the Dark, is coming soon.
THE HOTTEST NEW CRIME SERIES OF 2018From a ferocious new talent,
this pulse-pounding race against time to find a missing girl will
be loved by fans of Susie Steiner, Tana French and Ruth Rendell. --
From the publishers
A mazey, gripping read -- Ian Rankin
Cara Hunter has written like a pro, with admirable command of pace and rising tension * The Times *
Close to Home is an utterly immersive story that pulls you into the heart of a search for a missing child. Compulsive, with an ending you will not see coming -- Emma Kavanagh
One of the best crime thrillers I have ever read! -- Kathryn Croft
Hunter has a keen sense of contemporary mores...The most compelling thing about the novel is its portrait of a self-absorbed mother whose inability to love her children leads to a breathtaking denouement. * Sunday Times *
Close To Home hit the ground running and didn't stop right until the final page...the last twist was a genuine stroke of genius... sets the bar for new crime writers -- John Marrs, author of The One
'In this gripping mystery, Hunter keeps her readers guessing about Daisy's fate until the last page.' * Daily Express *
I finished Close to Home in one sitting! Such a cleverly written, chilling and twisty read -- Nuala Ellwood
A thrilling opener to a hugely promising new series, with a cop who sidesteps all of those weary 'maverick' tropes while staying kind, compassionate, clever and just that bit out of the ordinary -- Alison Graham * Radio Times *
Cara Hunter's writing....lifts this from a run-of-the-mill crime thriller to a gripping page-turner. The result is an immersive experience, with many twists and turns. Compulsivereading * Scotsman *
'a gripping page turner' * i *
Close to Home had me so gripped I couldn't put this chilling book down. Cara Hunter is a masterful storyteller -- Sarah Ward, author of 'In Bitter Chill'
I absolute loved how [Close to Home] was written - reminding me of the TV programme Broadchurch. A fast-paced, twisty-turny debut that had me dying to know whodunnit -- Mel Sheratt