Morris Bellamy is a reader so obsessed by America's iconic author John Rothstein that he is prepared to kill for a trove of notebooks containing at least one more unpublished novel.
Pete Saubers, a boy whose father was brutally injured by a stolen Mercedes, discovers a buried trunk containing cash and Rothstein's notebooks.
After thirty-five years in prison, Morris is up for parole. And he's hell-bent on recovering his treasure.
Now it's up to retired detective Bill Hodges - running an investigative company called 'Finders Keepers' - to rescue Pete from an ever-more deranged and vengeful Morris...
Not since Misery has King written with such visceral power about a reader with such a dangerous obsession. Finders Keepers is spectacular suspense, and it is King writing about how literature shapes a life for good, for bad, for ever.
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 130 x 199 x 25mm | 279g
- 22 Mar 2016
- Hodder & Stoughton
- Hodder Paperback
- London, United Kingdom
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'I challenge you not to read this book in one breathless sitting
'I challenge you not to read this book in one breathless sitting * Guardian * Stephen King might just be America's greatest living novelist . . . THE BEST THRILLER OF THE YEAR . . . Recommended to crime buffs and King fans alike. * Sunday Express * A very remarkable and singular writer. He can catch dialogue, throw away an observation or mint a simile, sometimes, brilliantly . . . Storytelling is everything - and by golly does he know how to carry the reader. * Observer * Expect page-turning suspense, jaw-dropping twists and all the addictive brilliance of a classic Stephen King. * FHM * Deserves to be ranked alongside King's masterpieces * Daily Mail * A thrilling cat-and-mouse game * Irish Mail on Sunday *
About Stephen King
Many of his titles have been turned into celebrated films, TV series and streamed events including IT, 'a book which speaks to everybody' (Guardian), The Shawshank Redemption and Stand By Me.
King was the recipient of America's prestigious 2014 National Medal of Arts and the 2003 National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters. In 2007 he also won the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America. He lives with his wife Tabitha King in Maine.