From The Agatha Award Winning Author OfQuiet Neighbors Comes A Twisty, Fascinating Standalone That Begs The Question How Well Can We Ever Know The People Around Us When Finn And Paddy Decide To Move From Their Home In The City To The Small Town Of Simmerton, It Feels Like Everything Has Finally Fallen Into Place Paddy S Been Made Partner At The Law Firm In Town, And Finn Has Found Full Time Work As The Deacon Paddy S New Boss Has Even Offered Them The Use Of A Gate House On His Property Finn Feels Like This Must Be A Fairy Tale Paddy Thinks They Ve Won The Lottery Either Way, They Agree It S PerfectBut Only Days After Moving Into The Gate House, Finn Begins To Have Doubts She Keeps Hearing Strange Sounds, And The Thicket Of Trees Make Her Feel Claustrophobic Rather Than Safe When She And Paddy Discover The Bloody Bodies Of Paddy S Boss And His Wife, The Fairytale Has Officially Ended A Strange Email Supposedly Sent From The Dead Man Makes It Clear This Was MurderPaddy And Finn S Dream Of A New Life Quickly Turns Into A Nightmare As The Plot Thickens And The Tension Grows With Strange Neighbors And A Haunting Setting, Catriona McPherson Once Again Weaves A Page Turning Tale Of Suspense
aka Catriona McCloudCatriona McPherson was born in South Queensferry After finishing school, she worked in a bank for a short time, before going to university She studied for an MA in English Language and Linguistics at Edinburgh University, and then gained a job in the local studies department at Edinburgh City Libraries She left this post after a couple of years, and went back to university to study for a PhD in semantics During her final year she applied for an academic job, but left to begin a writing career.These days, McPherson lives with her husband on a farm in the Galloway countryside, where she spends her time writing, gardening, swimming and running.
- 368 pages
- Strangers at the Gate
- Catriona McPherson
- 14 September 2018 Catriona McPherson