In The Sunday Times bestselling novel `Darkhouse', Alex Barclay took you on a terrifying excursion to hell and back. In `The Caller', she leaves you stranded there...
One way in... no way out.
He targets victims in their own homes, subjecting them to a terrifying ordeal before leaving their lifeless bodies in their hallway for a loved one to find. at first the murders appear unrelated, the notion of a serial killer at large almost dismissed. But the killing hasn't stopped.
Back on the job after a year out, NYPD Detective Joe Lucchesi becomes the reluctant lead in the high-profile investigation. Battling with physical pain and tension in the task force and at home, he struggles to make progress.
Then just when he feels close to making a breakthrough, the investigation itself is rocked by tragedy, and the body count rises...
Praise for The Caller
`The Thirller of the summer' Irish Independent
`Darkhouse is a terrific debut by an exciting new writer.' The Independent on Sunday
`Excellent summer reading...Barclay has the confidence to move her story along slowly, and deftly explores the relationships between her characters...' Sunday Telegraph
`Darkhouse meets all the criteria of a good thriller - scary moments, twists, and page-turning hooks...Darkhouse will guarantee you a few sleepless nights.' Irish Evening Echo
`Alex Barclay's dark, suspenseful novel is the chiller-thriller of the Summer.' Saga Magazine
`A great thriller...There are loads of twists and turns, it wil make your bus journey home fly by!'
Alex Barclay lives just outside Dublin. The Caller is her second novel.