When Jesse’s father dies in a bizarre accident, his mother moves him to a place where no one knows their name. Jesse ends up the new-kid-in-school, in a remote town on the edge of the wild Atlantic Ocean.
It’s a struggle at first, but then things improve when he meets John. He’s popular and charismatic, and offers Jesse the chance to build his new life. But as their friendship develops, a much darker side to John emerges. Will Jesse realise what his friend is growing into, before it’s too late?
Natalie is newly married, newly qualified as a clinical psychologist, and has a wonderful life to look forward to. But her world is shattered when her husband is drowned at sea. Everything points to a tragic accident, until a mysterious phone call suggests otherwise. She sets out to uncover the truth, but quickly begins to unearth uncomfortable secrets from her own past. Soon she faces an impossible choice. What is so terrible that it must remain hidden? And just how far will she go to ensure it never comes out?
When these two stories come crashing together, like opposing swells in the ocean, get set for shockwaves that will leave you reeling. And the twist at the end has been described as ‘mind-blowing’, ‘shocking’, and ‘unmissable’.
The Wave at Hanging Rock is the debut novel from British author Gregg Dunnett. With over a quarter of a million downloads it became an Amazon bestseller and was shortlisted for the Chanticleer Award for Best Mystery or Suspense novel of the year. It is now available as an audiobook and has been translated into Russian and Spanish.
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