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Still Here

Still Here is a novel by Amy Stuart.

Amy Stuart

His colleague and fellow private investigator, Clare, is certain she can find him, as she holds the key to his past. She arrives in the oceanside city where he last lived and starts digging around. Not only is Malcolm gone without a trace, so is his wife, Zoe. Everyone who knew the perfect couple sees Malcolm as the prime suspect in his wife's disappearance. Everyone except Clare. She's certain there's more at play that has nothing to do with Malcolm, a dark connection to Zoe's family business and the murder of her father years ago.

As Clare pulls back the layers, she discovers secrets the entire community is trying desperately to leave in the past. As for Malcolm, his past is far more complex — and far more sinister — than Clare could ever have imagined. He may not be innocent at all. As she searches for the man who helped her build her career as a private eye, Clare discovers that many women are in grave danger. And she is among them. (From Simon & Schuster)

Still Here is available in June 2020.

Amy Stuart is a Toronto-based novelist, teacher and short story writer. Stuart has written two previous thrillers, Still Mine and Still Water.

Interviews with Amy Stuart

Amy Stuart talks to Shelagh Rogers about her latest thriller, Still Water. 15:14
Mystery novelist Amy Stuart and Craig Davidson, aka Nick Cutter, who writes horror novels, on must-read mystery/thrillers. 14:09
Amy Stuart on her debut thriller. 13:01

Other books by Amy Stuart

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