What Lies Within
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What would you do if everything you hold dear was challenged and under threat? Pat Devine is about to find out.
“’What Lies Within’ is the first book that I have read in years. It's an excellent read and I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish. I highly recommend this book and will definitely be looking out for future novels from this author.” More
Pat Devine has no idea that her life is about to be turned upside down. She is a student and lives a comfortable life with her brother, Tom. But the delivery of a strange parcel will change everything.
The contents of the parcel thrust her into a terrifying new world of danger and shocking discoveries as she sets out to find her brother, then battles alongside him to make sure they survive the experience. Along the way she finds love, lust and betrayal.
One thing is certain, her life will never be the same again.
Here’s what the critics have said
“You know a story will ruthlessly possess you and not let go when the main character confronts an armed stranger in the first sentence. Thus starts this deliciously-disturbing joyride through fear, suspense, determination, and, ultimately, survival. Finch's protagonist, Pat Devine, is one readers will easily root for as she weaves through the fear and the intrigue to discover her independence and inner strength.”
“I love thrillers, and to be more precise, especially crime thrillers that are full of suspense, and topics as drugs, erotica etc. The author has made sure that the reader gets sucked into the story right from the start, and with every turn of the page, the reader is drawn into new situations that bring new turns and twists to the story line.”
"I tend towards Sci-fi/fantasy, but read this as part of my book club and found it an enjoyable break from the norm. It's a detective novel based in modern-day Scotland, focusing on a young woman, Pat, travelling across the country trying to locate her missing brother and getting caught up in affairs of a crime ring. The plot doesn't tend to get too bogged down, which keeps the pace quick moving, which is best for books in this genre."