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The Nothing Man

Catherine Ryan Howard


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"The Nothing Man" by Catherine Ryan Howard cunningly weaves a cat-and-mouse game between Eve Black and a notorious serial killer. Eve, the sole survivor of the killer's wrath, decides to turn the tables by writing a book about her harrowing experience. Little does she know, her words awaken the dormant beast, setting off a dangerous chain of events. Howard masterfully crafts a narrative where the hunter becomes the hunted, blending dark humor with spine-tingling suspense. As secrets unravel and tension mounts, readers are taken on a wickedly twisted journey that challenges perceptions of power and control. In this literary dance of wit and fear, Howard shines a spotlight on the shadows of the human psyche with razor-sharp precision.


Shortlisted for the CWA Ian Fleming Steel Dagger

I was the girl who survived the Nothing Man.

Now I am the woman who is going to catch him...

You've just read the opening pages of The Nothing Man, the true crime memoir Eve Black has written about her obsessive search for the man who killed her family nearly two decades ago.

Supermarket security guard Jim Doyle is reading it too, and with each turn of the page his rage grows. Because Jim was - is - the Nothing Man.

The more Jim reads, the more he realises how dangerously close Eve is getting to the truth. He knows she won't give up until she finds him. He has no choice but to stop her first...

'The queen of high-concept crime fiction... I was utterly wowed' - Jane Casey

'Whipsmart, thrilling and utterly compelling' - Liz Nugent

Publisher: Atlantic Books
Binding: Paperback
Publication date: 06 May 2021
Dimensions: 129 x 199 x 25 mm
ISBN: 9781786496614