"e; A] destined-to-be classic . . . Hayder's work and characters are worth the unending nightmares they will inspire."e;--"e;The New York Times Book Review"e;
Edgar Award winner and international best-seller Mo Hayder is known for her nightmarishly dark, impeccably-plotted thrillers. In "e;Wolf,"e; now in paperback, Hayder ratchets up the terror yet another notch with a bone-chilling novel about a family held hostage in their country home. When a vagrant--the Walking Man, a recurring character in Hayder's fiction--finds a dog wandering alone with a scrap of paper with the words "e;HELP US"e; attached to its collar, he's sure it's a desperate plea from someone in trouble and calls on Detective Inspector Jack Caffery to investigate. Caffery is reluctant to get involved--until the Walking Man promises in exchange new information regarding the childhood disappearance of Caffery's brother. Meanwhile, the Anchor-Ferrers, a wealthy local family, are fighting for their lives in their remote home ten miles away. As their ordeal becomes increasingly bizarre and humiliating, the family begins to wonder: is this really a random crime, or have they been chosen for a reason?
"e;The home invasion novel to end all home invasion novels . . . Not unlike John Connolly's Charlie Parker novels or T. Jefferson Parker's Charlie Hood books. "e;Wolf"e; is exceptionally original in premise and nightmarish in its rendering."e; --"e;BookPage"e;
"e;Mo Hayder is a master of ratcheting up tension throughout a book--to the point that one must simply finish it before doing anything else. Such is the case with "e;Wolf."e;"e; --"e;Deadly Pleasures"e; (Rating: A-)
"e;Mo Hayder's books featuring Jack Caffery are always an entertaining and engaging read, and this one doesn't disappoint."e;--"e;Euro Crime"e;
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