Aidan’s spent years looking for his sister. Will he ever find her?
Two years ago, on a trip to Seattle to visit her brother Aidan, fifteen-year-old Scarlett vanished into thin air. After years of false leads and dead ends, Aidan has almost given up hope. But then a woman sees a girl running for her life across a forest clearing in Northern California. She is convinced the girl is the missing Scarlett. But could it really be her?
Heading south, Aidan finds a fire-ravaged town covered in missing-teenager posters. The locals seem afraid, the police won’t answer any questions and it looks like another dead end – until a chance meeting with returned local Lana gives Aidan his first clue. But as they piece together what happened, Lana and Aidan make deadly enemies. Enemies willing to do anything to silence them.
Only one thing matters now: finding Scarlett – even if it kills him.View book
Press & reviews
“No Place to Run is that most wonderful of things - a book that opens with a breath-takingly startling premise and then keeps the momentum going…”
“Fast-paced and twisted: it’s another Mark Edwards sensation.”
“Once you start reading you won’t be able to stop…This is my first Mark Edwards book but I will now be reading every one.”
“Disturbing, engrossing, and makes the time fly by. As ever, Edwards is a class act.’”
“I loved The Magpies and it was great to find out what happened next. A Murder of Magpies is a dark, creepy, twisted delight.”
“Thrilling, exciting, and typically scary…A fabulous follow-up to one of my favorite psychological thrillers, The Magpies.”
“A Murder of Magpies is short but packs one HELL of a punch. Beautifully written, scary as hell. Look out, Lucy’s back!”
“This is why I never go camping in the woods. Another terrifically creepy page-turner from a consummate storyteller.”
“Loved this nightmare summer-camp holiday story—another pitch-perfect page-turner from Mark Edwards.”
“The Hollows is an exceptionally creepy page-turner with a brilliantly-handled parent/teenager dynamic at its heart.”