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Tomorrow should be the greatest day of Erica Stroud-Jones’s life. In just 24 hours this brilliant young scientist will present her secret work to a conference in Amsterdam – research that promises to revolutionise the battle against a deadly tropical disease. Millions of lives could be saved; a Nobel Prize beckons.

Arriving to watch her are sceptics and rivals, admirers and enemies. Erica’s own eyes will be on sculptor Max Carver, her American new love to whom she will dedicate her achievement.

Tomorrow never comes.

Erica vanishes during the night. Max, desperate, terrified, sets out to find her, descending into an underworld full of malice and cunning. But even he is shocked by the dark terror he finds in the heart of the woman he loves.

Discover the massive number one bestseller that thousands of readers have said is the most addictive, page-turning novel of the year.

What can i say about this book well i was hooked from the start but then i got a bit bored but then i was hooked again so i not sure what to say
It was a gripping read it packed with twists , turns and action and just who should we trust it is a very through provoking read
Some parts are very complex it switches a lot from Africa to now to Holland we get told the story by a historical diary wrote by Erica it seem to work well it paced with all Erica fears and emotions we need the diary entries to help us understand the final twist better
I did find it interesting i did learn a lot about malaria you could tell a lot of research had be done
I find all the characters interesting so more than others I enjoy the writing style it made me think about medical research and how was it funded and how it research
I did think the end came a bit sudden i want more but it was still good I enjoy hearing about all the action and the fear the characters felt i did find the plot very clever
The locations were brought to life so well I could see them all in my mind it was a very easy to read book very well written
But i sorry to say it was just not for me i got mixed feelings about it i think for me it a love / hate read i did both but it still a great read it will keep you on your toes
But please read it for your self as you may love it
I would like to thank Clara for sending this book to review

About the Author
Nick Louth is a bestselling thriller writer, award-winning financial journalist and an investment commentator. A 1979 graduate of the London School of Economics, he went on to become a Reuters foreign correspondent in 1987. It was an experience at a medical conference in Amsterdam in 1992, while working for Reuters, that gave him the inspiration for Bite, which was a self-published bestseller in 2014. Freelance since 1998, he has been a regulator contributor to the Financial Times, Investors Chronicle and Observer Money section, and has published seven other books. Nick Louth is married and lives in Lincolnshire


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