C.L. Taylor is the Sunday Times bestselling author of five gripping, stand-alone psychological thrillers: THE ACCIDENT, THE LIE, THE MISSING, THE ESCAPE and THE FEAR. Her award winning books have sold in excess of a million copies, been number one on all the ebook platforms, optioned for television and translated into over 20 languages. She lives in Bristol with her partner and son.
Praise for The Fear:
`Fans of C.L. Taylor are in for a treat. The Fear is her best
Clare Mackintosh (author of I Let You Go)
`Smart, packing a punch to the heart, and dark in all the right places, The Fear has bestseller written all over it.' Sarah Pinborough
`A terrifying glimpse into a dark subject. This brilliant book
stayed with me long after I finished the last page.'
Cass Green (author of In a Cottage in a Wood)
`A highly original and timely tale that kept me utterly
enthralled and entertained from beginning to end.'
Liz Nugent (author of Unravelling Oliver)
`A total corker! Twisted, unbearably tense and a shock
CJ Tudor (author of The Chalk Man)
`When you finish a book and your lungs hurt because you've
FORGOTTEN TO BREATHE.'
`Dark and disturbing. This is a book I will remember for a long
`A gripping and disturbing psychological thriller, The Fear is
as addictive as it is dark.'
Tense, twisty, terrifying-with one of the best premises I've
read in ages.'
`I lost my entire weekend to it! What an absolutely cracking
read...pacy, well written, and anxiety inducing.'
`The Fear is a compulsive read, that forces the reader to
consider just how far they would go to protect themselves and those
around them. I could not put this book down!'
`It's a close call as the bar's set so high but this has to be
C.L. Taylor's best yet. SO entertaining, high on the shock-factor
and yet totally `real'.'
`The Fear covers very dark territory, but it is handled realistically and sensitively through her excellent writing...Fantastically plotted and perfectly paced, this dark thriller gets a standing ovation from me.' S.J.I. Holliday
`A disturbing and all too real story that tests your own morals as you quickly flick through the pages. Dark, claustrophobic realism - I was completed gripped.' Mel Sherratt