Jo Palmer's happy life is about to end. Ash, the man she loves, will be arrested by the police. Millie, her precious daughter, will be taken from her. Someone is stealing everything Jo loves and will stop at nothing. But right now, Jo is in her kitchen, suspecting nothing. It's raining. There's a knock on the door. They are here.
Some doors should not be opened. Some doors can never be closed. Jo Palmer's peaceful and happy life is about to end. Ash - the man she loves - will be arrested by the police. Millie - her precious daughter - will be taken from her. She will lose her friends. She will doubt her sanity. Someone is stealing everything Jo loves, and will stop at nothing. But right now, Jo is laughing in her kitchen, eating dinner with her family, suspecting nothing. It's raining outside. There's a knock on the door. They are here. A DCI Tom Douglas Thriller
The queen of psychological thrillers - Fabulous Magazine; Abbott applies elegant control to her storytelling. Even her walk-on characters are vivid creations - Daily Mail; Abbott's novel is a powerhouse combination of psychological thriller and intense drama. The twists don't stop coming - Heat Magazine; Abbott leaves you guessing until the final few pages - The Glasgow Herald
About Rachel Abbott
Rachel Abbott, born and raised in Manchester, founded her own interactive media company in the 1980s, before selling it and retiring in 2005. She then moved to Italy where she worked on the renovation of a 15th century Italian monastery, and it was here that, one day, she found herself snowed in and decided to begin writing for pleasure. This became her debut novel Only The Innocent, which she went on to publish via Kindle Direct Publishing, topping their chart for 4 weeks. A true self-publishing pioneer, Right Behind You is Abbott's eighth full-length novel in the DCI Tom Douglas series. All of her previous thrillers have hit no.1 in the Kindle charts. She splits her time between Alderney in the Channel Islands and Italy.
Right Behind You by Rachel Abbott
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