To Kill a Man

To Kill a Man

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Tomorrow's most explosive thriller, today

Natasha Winthrop is a rising star in American politics, strongly tipped as a future candidate for president. One night she is violently assaulted in her home by an intruder. She defends herself and minutes later, the intruder lies dead. Winthrop is hailed as a #MeToo heroine: the woman who fought back.

But inconsistencies emerge in Winthrop's story, suggesting that the attack might not have been as random as it first seemed.

When former White House troubleshooter Maggie Costello is drafted in to investigate, she finds intriguing gaps, especially over Winthrop's early life. She likes this woman, who she believes could - and should - be president. But she can't shake off the question: who exactly is Natasha Winthrop?

A cat-and-mouse conspiracy thriller of rare intelligence, To Kill a Man explores an unsettling world in which justice is in the eye of the beholder and revenge seems to be the only answer.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 400 pages
  • 156 x 240mm
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 178747495X
  • 9781787474956
  • 935,286

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Pacy, engaging and morally serious * Guardian * A gripping thriller and a prescient warning * Sunday Times * Brilliantly convincing * David Hare * A barnstorming read * Raymond Khoury, author of The End Game * House of Cards mixed with Homeland * Eli Attie, Writer/Producer, The West Wing * Bourne's writing is chillingly plausible... Read it while it's still fiction * James Swallow, author of Nomad and Exile * A dazzling thriller * Charles Cumming, author of The Man Between * Chilling . . . You think today's news is nightmarish enough? Sam Bourne's provocative thriller imagines things getting much, much worse * Mail on Sunday * Read this book * Jeffrey Archer * A propulsive plot and an appealing heroine . . . The premise is both intriguing and, in the current climate of post-truth, fake news and sour populism, grimly topical * Guardian * Urgently topical * The Times * In To Kill the Truth, Maggie Costello rivetingly tackles a cabal of Holocaust and slavery deniers, whose aim is nothing less than to destroy memory * Sunday Times * A Day of the Jackal for these dizzying times * Ian Rankin *
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About Sam Bourne

Sam Bourne is the pseudonym of award-winning journalist and broadcaster Jonathan Freedland, who writes a weekly column for the Guardian and is the presenter of BBC Radio 4's contemporary history series, The Long View. He served for four years as the Guardian's Washington correspondent, covered the 2016 US election campaign and is a widely respected commentator on American affairs.

His previous seven internationally bestselling novels have sold over 2 million copies and been published in over 30 languages.
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