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The Island

Adrian McKinty

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Hachette Australia
24 May 2022
Propulsive, terrifying, and blade-sharp, The Island is the next thrilling adventure from the mastermind behind the award-winning global sensation The Chain, and a family story unlike any you've read yet.

You should not have come to the island.

You should not have been speeding.

You should not have tried to hide the body.

You should not have told your children that you could keep them safe.

No one can run forever . . .

'a tense, pacy page-turner' The Guardian

'Sure to please readers who love pacy, suspenseful survivalist adventures' Weekend Australia

'The Island certainly gets the blood pumping and the pages turning as it races to its dramatic conclusion' Canberra Weekly

'The tension is palpable. The plot is twisted and claustrophobic. McKinty snatches you early and doesn't let you escape until the very last page' Good Reading
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Imprint:   Hachette Australia
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 233mm,  Width: 154mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   470g
ISBN:   9780733646010
ISBN 10:   0733646018
Pages:   384
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Adrian McKinty was born and grew up in Belfast, Northern Ireland during the Troubles of the 1970s and 1980s. His father was a boilermaker and ship's engineer and his mother a secretary. Adrian went to Oxford University on a full scholarship to study philosophy before emigrating to the United States to become a high school English teacher. His debut crime novel Dead I Well May Be was shortlisted for the 2004 Dagger Award and was optioned by Universal Pictures. His books have won the Edgar Award, the Ned Kelly Award, the Anthony Award, the Barry Award and have been translated into over 20 languages. Adrian is a reviewer and critic for The Sydney Morning Herald, The Irish Times and The Guardian. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

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