A riveting bestseller from one of the UK's biggest thriller writers.
Recovering from the tragic death of his wife, Tony Sheridan goes to stay with his sister-in-law, Lucy, and her husband.Their home is a bizarre moated house deep in the Rutland countryside, known as Otherways.
Disturbed by memories of his wife, and a growing attraction to Lucy, Sheridan is also troubled by weird and vivid dreams. Soon he learns that Otherways is a house steeped in a history of murder and wartime treason. And it seems that these crimes hold an eerie influence over the present inhabitants.
“'Without a doubt one of his best...a heady blend of mystery and adventure, further spiced up with a judicious sprinkling of the supernatural'”
“'A series of twists bursting into a surprising and convincing climax'”
“'A fascinating tale of suspicion and treachery...head and shoulders above his competitors'”