No Bad Deed

No Bad Deed

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'A sensational debut - compelling, hypnotic, full of suspense and quiet menace. Don't miss it!' Lee Child

A split-second decision puts your family in danger. A gripping new thriller that fans of Harlan Coben and Linwood Barclay will read in one sitting. No Bad Deed by Heather Chavez will keep you guessing until the final page.

You're driving home from work to your husband and children.
Suddenly a woman is front of your car. She's being attacked.
You call the police and they tell you to stay in the car.
But what if you got out to help? What might the consequences be?

You save the woman, but the attacker takes your handbag. And your car.
And then, the next day, when you think it's all over, your husband disappears.
He's gone without a trace.

And then he texts you. I'm sorry.

But is it really him?

Nothing could have prepared you for what happens next...

'The kind of twisty, jet-fueled thriller that explodes on page one and has you happily abandoning work, sleep, life as you race to the stunning end' Lisa Gardner

'Chavez's breathless page-turner will have every aspiring Good Samaritan thinking maybe they should let the NEXT guy help' Linwood Barclay

'Heather Chavez's debut novel starts at a sprint and never lets up, twisting its way to an exhilarating, you'll-never-guess-it ending' Peter Swanson
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Product details

  • Hardback | 320 pages
  • 158 x 236 x 34mm | 520g
  • Headline Book Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 147226472X
  • 9781472264725

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Heather Chavez's debut novel starts at a sprint and never lets up, twisting its way to an exhilarating, you'll-never-guess-it ending. -- Peter Swanson A sensational debut - compelling, hypnotic, full of suspense and quiet menace. Don't miss it! -- Lee Child
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About Heather Chavez

Heather Chavez is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley's English literature program and has worked as a newspaper reporter, editor and contributor to mystery and television blogs. Currently, she's employed in public affairs for a major health care organization where she writes human interest stories. She lives with her family in Santa Rosa, California, and is at work on her second novel.
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