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The Call by P.D Viner
About The Book
TICK. ‘Ben, I need you. Help me.’
TOCK. ‘PLEASE HELP ME!’
TICK. ‘It was an accident…but there’s so much blood…’
In a frantic midnight phone call, Ben learns his wife, Mia, has killed a man. And she needs his help.
When Ben arrives at Mia’s hotel room, the scene is horrific – but over the course of the night it will get much worse.
All their secrets will be uncovered, and they will discover how far they’ll go to protect themselves and each other… will they kill for love? Or will they die for it?
They have twelve hours to save their marriage, and their lives. The clock is ticking…
What would you do if your partner calls you in the middle of the night asking for help because someone’s dead? Would you try to help them or call the police? I know what I would do, but of course this is a fiction book, and you’ll have to read the story to know all the answers!
This is the story of Ben and Mia, husband and wife, they don’t have the perfect marriage, but now their strings will be tested to their maximum. Secrets and tension will be present since the beginning of the story, the call is where everything starts… but is it really the beginning of the story?
The story is told like time, every chapter is an hour less they have to save their marriage and their life… And the question that can’t stop popping on, are they ready to kill to save their love?
This has been a very intriguing story; well plotted and with twists at every corner, it’s quite impossible to stop reading it.
I have to say that I was gladly surprised with this book, since the first moment it intrigued me. The story between the characters is deep and difficult and that’s what makes the story more interesting. It’s impossible to not put yourself in the same position and guess what you would do… Call the police or help your partner?
Question and more questions! The only way to know all the answers is to read “The Call”, ready?
About The Author
P. D. Viner is an award-winning filmaker and playwright who has studied and worked in the United States, New Zealand, Russia and his native UK. He created the range of best-selling audiobooks for Shakespeare and the classics: The SmartPass Guides.
He lives in Brighton, UK with his American wife (the academic linguist, blogger and commentator Lynne Murphy)and his five year old daughter.
His debut,The Last Winter of Dani Lancing, is his first murder. The novella The Sad Man, is his second. He will kill again.