KEEPER is the addictive literary thriller everyone’s talking about AN OBSERVER TOP DEBUT NOVELISTS OF 2020 A SUNDAY TIMES STYLE HOT DEBUT: ‘READ IF YOU LIKED GONE GIRL AND LULLABY’ A COSMOPOLITAN BOOKS TO WATCH’Gripping, devastating…Breathtaking’ Clare Mackintosh ‘Powerful and chilling, with a shocking twist’ Guardian ‘Grips from the first page’ Erin Kelly ________________ He’s been looking in the windows again.
Messing with cameras. Leaving notes. Supposed to be a refuge. But death got inside. When Katie Straw’s body is pulled from the waters of the local suicide spot, the police decide it’s an open-and-shut case.
A standard-issue female suicide. But the residents of Widringham women’s refuge where Katie worked don’t agree.
They say it’s murder. Will you listen to them? An addictive literary page-turner about a crime as shocking as it is commonplace, KEEPER will leave you reeling long after the final page is turned. ________________’Tense, beautiful and lyrical. Everyone should read this book’ – Sara Collins, author of The Confessions of Frannie Langton’A fabulous new writer’ – Richard Osman, author of The Thursday Murder Club ‘Moor’s clever, literary thriller is a compelling story . . . A writer to watch’ – Independent’Still have a Girl on the Train-shaped hole in your life?
Add Keeper to your list. Moor’s debut is a feminist whodunnit’ – Sunday Times’A powerful book telling stories that need to be heard’ – Rosamund Lupton, author of Three Hours’Compelling, tense and pacy’ – Observer’A new young writer I believe in’ – Jeanette Winterson, author of Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit’Extraordinary and compelling’ – Cara Hunter, author of Close to Home’Wickedly paced and utterly chilling . . . As compulsive as it is heartbreaking’ – Rosie Price, author of What Red Was ‘Vastly impressive . . . Deeply affecting and superbly told, it demands to be read’ – Daily Mail ‘Jess Moor’s debut novel made me want to shout out in anger’ – Val McDermid ‘This is a thriller, but its pacy insights make it one that you need to read’ – Cosmopolitan ‘A pacy crime novel that will have you gripped, and get you thinking’ – Stylist