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Ghostheart

Ghostheart

Author: Roger Jon Ellory
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Description
Annie O'Neill has it all: a cosy Manhattan apartment, a beautiful bookshop and a network of supportive friends. But at the heart of her life is a hole - a place vacated by her father when he died in her childhood. So when a mysterious man named Forrester enters the shop and claims to be her father's oldest friend she jumps at the chance to find out more of her own past. But Forrester's not being free with the answers she needs. He's much more interested in telling her a story about a ruthless ganglord and a fifty-year-old betrayal. A betrayal that she will realise far too slowly, has something very much to do with her...
Promotion info
From the author of A QUIET BELIEF IN ANGELS - new in paperback Reissued in the terrific new cover style R.J. Ellory reached the top twenty in the Sunday Times bestseller list with his debut CANDLEMOTH He receives fantastic reviews: 'GHOSTHEART by Roger Jon Ellory lives up to the expectations raised by his first novel, CANDLEMOTH... This compelling novel, with its shock denouement, is both beautifully written and skilfully crafted' Sunday Telegraph 'Thriller writing of the very highest order' Guardian 'Confirms his place in the top flight of crime writing' Daily Telegraph 'A beautiful and haunting book. This is a tour-de-force from R.J. Ellory' Michael Connelly 'GHOSTHEART is Ellory's second novel and a bona fide page-turner ... genuinely heartbreaking. Told with elan and an eye for personal nuance that paints an extremely vivid, moving picture of the human condition, GHOSTHEART is a superb tale of tragedy and revenge' Big Issue
Author description
R.J. Ellory studied graphics and photography, intending to pursue a career in photojournalism. He started writing more than ten years ago. His books have been translated into Italian, German and Dutch, and two of his novels have been shortlisted for CWA Daggers. He divides his time between his work as a novelist and voluntary programmes in the areas of drug rehabilitation and youth literacy. He is married with one son, and currently resides in The Midlands.
Stock Information

General Fields

  • : 9780752864099
  • : Orion Publishing Co
  • : Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
  • : January 2005
  • : 197mm X 128mm X 24mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Roger Jon Ellory
  • : Paperback
  • : 1
  • : 823.92
  • : 400
  • : Modern fiction