Red, Red Robin

“A classic of psychological suspense that sets this year’s benchmark in written terror… Plot, pace and prose skewer you on page one and keep you pinned until the very last line”—Christopher Fowler 

When Ruth Lasseter hires an escort to cover for a workplace affair, she lets a deeply disturbed young man into her life. Though she survives the consequence, she’s left with the lingering suspicion that he hasn’t simply disappeared. He’s still out there, taking out his problems on other women just like her. There was a moment when Ruth had her chance to stop him for good. But she didn’t take it. Now she sees that closure—for both of them—lies on the other side of that line.   

“The final, inevitable showdown proves as powerful as the promise that Gallagher has built up, page upon gripping page of this compelling, unusually sensitive chiller”—Mystery Scene 

“A satisfyingly twisty suspenser with a truly menacing villain”—Kirkus Reviews 

“A smashing serial-killer thriller that embraces all the conventions of the genre while adding several page-turning twists of its own”—Publishers Weekly 

“A genuine gripper”—Literary Review 

“A classic of the suspense genre, an obsessive read with a genuinely sinister central character”—The London Times 

“Powerful prose, wrenching psychological intensity and icy suspense characterise Gallagher’s newest thriller”—Library Journal 

Red, Red Robin Stephen Gallagher Paperback: 386 pages £9.99 Publisher: The Brooligan Press (25 Feb. 2018) Language: English ISBN-10: 1999920759 ISBN-13: 978-1999920753

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