The worst thing he can imagine - and all he can do is watch. The gripping new thriller from the R&J bestselling author
Gytha Lodge is a writer and multi-award-winning playwright who lives in Cambridge. After studying creative writing at UEA, she was shortlisted for the Yeovil Literary Prize and the Arts' Council England fiction awards, and developed a large online following for her young adult and children's writing, with over seven million reads accrued on platform Wattpad. She Lies in Wait, her debut novel, was a Richard & Judy Book Club Pick.
An excellent detective novel. The opening scene is superb, and
sets up the story beautifully. Gripping, multi-layered and fresh.
Terrific -- Will Dean, author of Dark Pines
A brilliant premise, perfectly executed. A genuine page turner - it kept me guessing right until the end. -- Chris Hammer, bestselling author of Scrublands
A riveting new book, with such vivid characters -- Holly Watt, author of To the Lions
An absolute gem - I was hooked from the first page -- Jo Jakeman, author of Sticks and Stones
The first scene was brilliantly terrifying and the rest of the novel lived up to the strong opening - I had no idea who the killer was and it was superbly plotted. I loved the characters, too, especially the investigating team. I can see that this series is going to be a huge hit. -- Emily Koch, bestselling author of If I Die Before I Wake
A cold blooded chiller from first page to last. I loved She Lies In Wait, Watching From The Dark is even better -- Chris Whitaker
You'll be reluctant to put this book down until you've unravelled all its dark plot twists * Culture Fly *
Lodge writes perceptively about rivalries between young women, showing how even the best-intended relationships can become toxic * The Sunday Times *
A satisfyingly complex whodunnit that will keep readers gripped and baffled in equal measure * Daily Express *
This page-turner of a novel is intricately and intelligently plotted, and keeps you guessing right up to its gripping close * Cambridge Edition *
I really loved this. Jonah Sheens is a well-drawn and likeable detective, and what I like about Gytha's writing is that she thinks outside the box -- Gillian McAllister, bestelling author of How to Disappear