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Kill Your Brother

Jack Heath

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Allen & Unwin
30 November 2021
'Pure twist from start to finish' SARAH BAILEY 'twisted . . . fiendish . . . startling' GABRIEL BERGMOSER 'Survivor on steroids' GREG WOODLAND Would you kill your brother to save yourself?

After months of searching, disgraced athlete Elise Glyk has finally found her missing brother, Callum. He's being held in a backyard prison by Stephanie Hartnell, a former sheep farmer with an axe to grind. But before she can free Callum or call for help, Elise is captured and locked up alongside him.

Stephanie Hartnell doesn't have room for two prisoners, and she has nothing against Elise. But she needs to make sure Elise can't go to the police. So she offers her a deal: kill Callum, and you're free to go.

Of course, Elise won't even consider the deal. No way. It's unthinkable. But she's running out of time to find another way out. And her brother may not have told her the whole truth ...

A twisted roller-coaster of action and suspense from the acclaimed bestselling author of Hangman.

'Utterly compelling. A complex sibling relationship twisting and turning on itself . . . shades of Stephen King. Yes, it's that good . . . A wickedly delicious feast of a thriller.' SARAH THORNTON, author of Lapse
By:   Jack Heath
Imprint:   Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm, 
Weight:   434g
ISBN:   9781761065392
ISBN 10:   1761065394
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   30 November 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jack Heath is the award-winning author of more than thirty thrillers for children and adults. He was born in Sydney in 1986 and has lived in Canberra since 1996. He wrote his first novel in high school and sold it to a publisher at age 18. In 2018 his first crime novel for adults, Hangman, was a smash-hit in Australia and has since been translated into French, German, Russian and Serbian. It was voted one of the 101 best books of all time by Dymocks Booklovers, and TV rights were optioned by Disney.

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