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The Split

  • Sharon Bolton
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  • ISBN-10: 143288137X
  • ISBN-13: 9781432881375
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.56 lbs ( .71 kgs)
  • 552 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released August 2020

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About

Overview

A Mary Higgins Clark Award-Winning Author
An ITW Thriller Award-Winning Author
A CWA Gold Dagger Award-Winning Author
A Barry Award Nominee Author

The remote Antarctic island of South Georgia is about to send off its last boat of the summer — which signifies safety to resident glaciologist Felicity Lloyd. Felicity lives in fear — fear that her ex-husband Freddie will find her, even out here. She took a job on this isolated island to hide from him, but now that he’s out of prison, having served a term for murder, she knows he won’t give up until he finds her. But a doctor delving into the background of Felicity and Freddie’s relationship learns that Felicity has been on the edge for a long time. Heading to South Georgia himself to try and get to her first is the only way he can think of to help her.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

“This tightly plotted spellbinder . . . Bolton keeps the reader guessing to the end.”

— Publishers Weekly

“Readers will tear through Bolton’s (The Craftsman) latest to find out how the disparate threads connect.”

— Library Journal

“Bolton provides her readers with shivers worthy of her setting . . . Chilling.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“Bolton, known for her devious plots and tricky endings, doesn’t disappoint here. But she really soars when describing the fearsome splendor of the icebergs as they rise and calve and eventually crash into the sea.”

— The New York Times Book Review