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Into the Darkest Corner is an edgy and powerful thriller that asks the most terrifying questions: What if the person you love isn’t who you thought they were? What if they are so convincing even your closest friends can’t see the truth? What if they won’t let you go?
Catherine has been enjoying the single life for long enough to know a good catch when she sees one. Lee is gorgeous, charismatic and spontaneous—almost too perfect to be true. And her friends clearly agree, as each in turn falls under his spell.
But there is a darker side to Lee. As his behavior becomes increasingly erratic and controlling Catherine is more and more isolated. Driven into the darkest corner of her world, cut off from her friends and unable to trust anyone, she plans her escape. And she succeeds. Four years later, Catherine dares to believe she might be safe. But is she?
This intense, gripping account of a woman in danger is utterly unputdownable. A stunning debut.‘
‘Check the locks on your doors and windows and surrender to this obsessive thriller.’
‘Haynes’s powerful account of domestic violence is disquieting, yet unsensationalist. This is a gripping book.’
‘I love this book. It has just the right mix of terror, paranoia and “things that go bump in the night” to keep you looking over your own shoulder…Elizabeth Haynes is a very talented new face in the murky world of crime fiction and definitely a name to look out for in the future. Very highly recommended.’
‘As a psychological thriller, it has all the fascination of a good horror film combined with the terror of a bad nightmare from which you are desperate to wake up: take your pick. In either case, it’s riveting… A tour de force.’
‘A harrowing psychological thriller…This is a terrifying and convincing portrayal of an abusive relationship and a damaged woman’s heroic attempts to recover from it.’
‘Haynes combines writing skill with a thorough knowledge of her subject, painting a vivid and credible portrait of an intelligent young woman who, in thrall to her handsome boyfriend, overlooks the early signs of an abusive relationship and becomes its prisoner.’