A Very Quiet Place

Andrew Garve

15 March 2012
168 pages


An instinctive decision. A dangerous gang. A life at risk.

When Debbie Sheldon witnesses a jewel theft – one that leaves an innocent man dead – she acts on impulse, taking a photograph of the getaway car. And now the criminals want the evidence back and to silence Debbie. For good.

With the protection of the police Debbie must act as bait to lure the violent killers to a disused mill, but the plan proves to be flawed. Soon the body count is rising and the predators have become the prey.

‘Always seems to be at his best . . . It is impossible for this author to be anything but supremely readable’ Guardian