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SHE’LL NEVER STOP RUNNING.
BUT HE’LL NEVER STOP LOOKING.
A year ago Felicity Lloyd fled England to South Georgia, one of the most remote islands in the world, escaping her past and the man she once loved. Can she keep running her whole life?
Freddie Lloyd has served time for murder – and now he wants her back. Wherever she is, he won’t stop until he finds her. Will he be able to track her to the ends of the earth?
TOGETHER THEY’LL FIND THEMSELVES TRAPPED ON THE ICE AND IN DANGER. WHO WILL SURVIVE?
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‘A deadly game of cat-and-mouse at the edge of the world.’ Erin Kelly
‘Powerfully atmospheric, unguessably twisty.’ Elly Griffiths
‘I’m a huge Sharon Bolton fan, and this is her best yet.’ Lee Child
‘THE SPLIT grips like permafrost.’ JP Delaney
The remoteness of the location bestows a sense of brooding tension, which is coupled to heart-stopping action sequences, making this into an extraordinary thriller. This is intelligent crime writing at its very best; not to be missed. * SHOTS eMag * A compulsive page-turner * Prima * Bolton's depiction of this stark, beautiful, remote wilderness is a balm to the soul in these restricted times and her complicated mystery a welcome diversion from reality. -- Alison Flood * The Observer, New Review * extremely entertaining [with] characters who have relationships that work -- Natasha Cooper * Literary Review * THE SPLIT is terrific: vivid, tense and superbly paced. A masterclass in using the setting to drive the plot, in Cambridge and icy South Georgia. Highly recommended. * Jane Casey * Nail-biting, heart-pounding suspense that leaps from one dizzying twist to another. THE SPLIT grips like permafrost. * JP Delaney * I'm a huge Sharon Bolton fan, and this is her best yet * Lee Child * Atmospheric and beautifully-written. A deadly game of cat-and-mouse at the edge of the world. * Erin Kelly * Original, compelling and unsettling. I loved it. * Rachel Abbott * I love Sharon Bolton's book and this twisty tale takes us back to the spooky isolated landscape of the South Atlantic she writes about so well * Claire McGowan * dark, fascinating and full of surprises * Mark Edwards * Powerfully atmospheric, unguessably twisty. * Elly Griffiths *
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