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The woman who ran / Sam Baker.

By: Baker, Sam, 1966- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookDescription: 405 pages ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780008139902; 0008139903.Subject(s): Yorkshire (England) -- FictionGenre/Form: Suspense fiction.DDC classification: 822./92 Summary: A haunting and atmospheric psychological drama set on the wild Yorkshire dales. A woman has rented the tumbledown and Gothic Wildfell Hall, high on the Yorkshire moors. Empty for years, rumoured to be haunted, it's not an obvious holiday home. Gil Markham, newly retired from journalism, is idly intrigued, more so when he bumps into the mysterious Helen in the village shop and she is flustered by questions. What is making her so jumpy - and why is she so elusive about her identity? As he strikes up a tentative friendship with the wary incomer, nothing seems to add up.
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Suspense Eltham LibraryPlus
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Fiction BAKE (Browse shelf) Available i2154078
Suspense Stratford
Fiction
Fiction BAK (Browse shelf) Checked out 28/11/2019 A00770121
Suspense Waverley LibraryPlus
Fiction
Fiction BAKE (Browse shelf) Checked out 17/12/2019 i2154077
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<p>'Clever and gripping with an ending so tense I was holding my breath' Claire Douglas, author of The Sisters</p> <p>She can't remember. But someone else can...</p> <p>What is making Helen Graham so jumpy and evasive? Newly arrived in a tiny Yorkshire village, she finds the locals' curiosity her worst nightmare.</p> <p>Looking over her shoulder every day, she tries to piece together her past before it can catch up with her. But with everything she knows in fragments - from her marriage to her career as a war photographer - it is impossible to work out who to trust and what to believe. Most days she can barely remember who she is...Can Helen uncover the lies before someone else uncovers the truth?</p> <p>She can run. But can she hide?</p> <p>Praise for The Woman Who Ran:</p> <p>'Disquieting, thought-provoking ...keeps twisting and turning as it hurtles towards a hair-raising climax'<br> <br> Guardian</p> <p>'Clever and absorbing'<br> <br> Stylist</p> <p>'Superbly executed, with a creeping sense of dread that builds to an explosive finish' Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You Go</p>

A haunting and atmospheric psychological drama set on the wild Yorkshire dales. A woman has rented the tumbledown and Gothic Wildfell Hall, high on the Yorkshire moors. Empty for years, rumoured to be haunted, it's not an obvious holiday home. Gil Markham, newly retired from journalism, is idly intrigued, more so when he bumps into the mysterious Helen in the village shop and she is flustered by questions. What is making her so jumpy - and why is she so elusive about her identity? As he strikes up a tentative friendship with the wary incomer, nothing seems to add up.

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