A Window Breaks
‘Fantastic’ – Lee Child
'Totally addictive' - Ann Cleeves
'A thrill a minute page-turner' - Simon Kernick
They were supposed to be getting away from their troubles…
Tom and Rachel Sullivan are a couple in mourning. Still recovering from their son’s death eight months before, they have escaped to a remote Scottish lodge with their daughter, in the hope that spending time together as a family will begin to heal the rifts between them.
But cut off from the outside world the cracks in their relationship are exposed. Tom is beset by guilt and anxiety; Rachel is distant, harbouring secrets of her own; and their young daughter is caught in the middle of her parents’ grief.
And then at 2am as they sleep, Tom’s biggest fears are realised: a window breaks and it is clear someone is inside their holiday home. He doesn’t know why they are being targeted but their choices are limited. And there’s nowhere to run…
A Window Breaks is the nerve-shredding thriller from C. M. Ewan, the author of Safe House.
Perfect for fans of T. M. Logan’s Lies and Mark Edwards’s The Retreat.
Praise for A Window Breaks
'If you only read one thriller this year read this' - C. L. Taylor
'Smashed my way through this . . . nerve-shredding' - Tim Weaver
'Brilliantly crafted, excruciatingly tense' - Sharon Bolton
'Starts at full throttle and never lets up' - T. M. Logan
'Heart stopping . . . a sure fire bestseller' - Jo Spain
'Breakneck ride of a thriller' - Fiona Cummins
'Almost unbearably tense and exciting' - Mark Edwards
'Fierce read, with heart, muscle and an out-of-sight twist' - Mick Herron
'Tense, fast-paced thriller' - Jenny Quintana
'Brilliant and almost impossible to put down' - Andrew Taylor
Fantastic – Ewan is a genius at easing you in, and then keeping you there until the story is done with you. Which was 3 a.m. for me, but it’s probably safer to read this book in daylight
Astoundingly paced and plotted, it left me breathless. Totally addictive
A thrill a minute page-turner with non-stop tension and real heart. I’d highly recommend it