The One You Fear by Paul Pilkington
(Emma Holden suspense mystery sequel)

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Now a full length, 60,000 word novel, with more drama, more secrets, and more tension. The second book in the gripping, chart-topping Emma Holden suspense mystery trilogy. Emma Holden and her friends are trying to move on from the horrific events surrounding Dan’s kidnap. But a shocking revelation drags them back into the nightmare and forces them to question everything they once believed to be true. More secrets will be revealed, more lies will be told, and more lives are under threat.

Packed with twists, turns and cliffhangers, The One You Fear is listed as one of the Best Kindle Books of 2013 (Top 150 Editors' Picks in the UK Kindle Store).

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About Paul Pilkington

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Paul Pilkington has had material broadcast on BBC radio and ITV television, and was long listed for the 2004 London Book Fair Lit Idol competition. In 2004, Paul was inspired to write his first suspense mystery, The One You Love, through his love of emotional mystery thrillers, such as those by Harlan Coben, Linwood Barclay, Nicci French and Thomas H Cook. His aim is to create fast-paced, twisting and turning fiction that stirs the emotions. His latest mystery suspense thriller, Someone to Save You, was released in 2011.The One You Fear (sequel to The One You Love), will be published in December 2012.Find out more about Paul's writing:Follow Paul on Twitter: @paulpilkingtonLike him on Facebook: his website:
Published December 22, 2013 206 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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