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Praise for Mark Edwards
'Mark Edwards achieves what other writers yearn for, by creating characters that genuinely feel like real people, individuals you know personally-and then puts them into the scariest of situations...' —Elizabeth Haynes
'Astonishingly good.' —Peter James
'Creating characters you really feel for from the off, it is the incredible amount of dread which drips off the page which raises this book above its counterparts.' —Luca Veste
'Loaded with the same emotional intensity and pervasive unease that made The Magpies such a gripping novel, What You Wish For is a slick and twisting story which tests the line between love and obsession, belief and delusion, against a backdrop of bizarre cults and mysterious deaths. Genuinely unputdownable this is another must read from Mark Edwards.' —Eva Dolan, author of Long Way Home
Mark writes psychological thrillers. He loves stories in which scary things happen to ordinary people and is inspired by writers such as Stephen King, Ira Levin, Ruth Rendell, Ian McEwan, Val McDermid, and Donna Tartt.
Mark is now a full time writer. Before that, he once picked broad beans, answered complaint calls for a rail company, taught English in Japan, and worked as a marketing director.
Mark co-published a series of crime novels with Louise Voss. The Magpies, his first solo, topped the UK Kindle charts for three months when it first released. Since its success, the novel has been re-edited and published by Thomas & Mercer.
He lives in England with his girlfriend, their three children, and a ginger cat.
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Sorry, but I just didn't like this book. I couldn't sympathise with any of the characters, and to be honest it was a chore to finishi. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Garry Middleton
A short story but well written. Interesting subject. Would recommend for a bit of night time reading. Keeps you wantingPublished 1 day ago by sharon bacon
A good read which makes you think about how sad it must be to live without anything to believe in.Published 1 day ago by Kindle Customer
I found this book ok but not the best one I have read from this author. But I do think I have read the books the wrong way round.Published 1 day ago by Michelle
A tail with no end but it kept you reading until it did not end !!! OK to that, OK.Published 4 days ago by Peter
I have loved all the Mark Edwards books which I've read so far and this one was a cracker! I read it in one sitting. Brilliant!Published 9 days ago by orksinc
This is the second book by Mark Edwards I have read,I stumbled on the first book from the cradle by accident I'm so glad I did!! Read morePublished 10 days ago by verne rice