Compulsive Readers are delighted to exclusively reveal the new and updated wonderful cover for Louise Voss’ new psychological thriller THE LAST STAGE, published by Orenda Books and available to pre-order on Amazon. Publication date is 9 June 2019.
Innocent acts can have devastating consequences…
Bestselling author Louise Voss returns with a dark and riveting psychological thriller
A violent and horrific incident forces a young woman to go into hiding, at the peak of her career as lead singer of an indie pop band. Years later, strange things start to happen and it becomes clear that some know who she is…
At the peak of her career as lead singer of a legendary 1980s indie band, Meredith Vincent was driven off the international stage by a horrific incident. Now living a quiet existence in a cottage on the grounds of an old stately home, she has put her past behind her and come to terms with her new life.
When a body is found in the manicured gardens of her home, and a series of inexplicable and unsettling events begins to occur, it becomes clear that someone is watching, someone who knows who she is … Someone who wants vengeance.
And this is only the beginning…
A dark, riveting and chilling psychological thriller, The Last Stage is also a study of secrets and obsessions, where innocent acts can have the most terrifying consequences.
‘The slow reveals and hints at the darkness to come make it impossible to put down’ Sarah Pinborough
‘A brilliant tale of deception with a twist that took my breath away’ Mark Edwards
‘Twists, turns and stabs you in the heart. It deserves to be huge’ Martyn Waites
‘An expert piece of contrivance’ Publishers Weekly
‘Completely gripping’ Cass Green
‘Brilliantly unsettling’ Jane Casey
‘Ingeniously plotted and totally addictive’ Paddy Magrane
‘I was guessing right to the end’ Katarina Diamond
‘A cracking page-turner that sucks you straight into the dark heart of human behaviour. I couldn’t put it down!’ Marnie Riches, author of Born Bad
‘A tense, super-twisty, well-written page-turner … Fab read’ Amanda Jennings
‘Poignant, clever and terrifically tense’ William Shaw, author of The Birdwatcher
‘A truly twisty yet believable tale with memorable characters and a cleverly woven atmospheric narrative’ Liz Loves Books