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Next To Disappear: Large Print Edition

Next To Disappear: Large Print Edition

by Malcolm Richards

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Overview

LARGE PRINT EDITION

Not every missing person is meant to be found...

When troubled nurse Alina vanishes one night, it's assumed she ran away from her violent husband. Until disgraced ex-teacher Emily Swanson moves into the couple's former home.

Emily's life is in ruins and she's meant to be making a fresh start. But when she learns about the missing nurse, she sees a chance for redemption. Because finding Alina could help right the wrongs of Emily's past. It could even mark the start of a new career in private investigation.

But what Emily doesn't know is that Alina had a horrifying secret. One about the care foundation where she worked. And the closer Emily gets to uncovering the truth, the closer she gets to terrible danger.

Inspired by a shocking true crime, Next To Disappear introduces a thrilling and suspenseful five-book series that will keep you guessing from the edge of your seat.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781916210448
Publisher: Malcolm Richards
Publication date: 08/04/2020
Series: Emily Swanson Series , #1
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 506
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.13(d)

About the Author

British thriller writer Malcolm Richards crafts dark and twist-filled stories to keep you guessing from the edge of your seat. He is the author of the Emily Swanson series, in which the titular sleuth redeems her guilty past by helping others, and the Devil's Cove trilogy, about terrifying events occurring in a small Cornish town. The first book, The Cove, was a finalist in the 2018 Holyer an Gof Cornish book awards.

His first novel, The Hiding House, was published in 2012 and tells the story of two young siblings uncovering a dark web of family secrets after being left alone at their grandmother's isolated woodland home.

Malcolm credits authors such as Stephen King, Thomas Harris & Agatha Christie as major influences on his writing.

Previously, Malcolm worked for several years in the special education sector, teaching and supporting children with complex needs. Born and raised in Cornwall, he spent twenty-two years living in London before settling in the Somerset countryside.

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