Human Remains

Human Remains by Elizabeth Haynes

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How well do you know your neighbours? Would you notice if they lived or died? Police analyst Annabel wouldn`t describe herself as lonely. Her work keeps her busy and the needs of her ageing mother and her cat are more than enough to fill her time when she`s on her own. But Annabel is shocked when she discovers her neighbour`s decomposing body in the house next door, and appalled to think that no one, including herself, noticed her absence. Back at work she sets out to investigate, despite her police officer colleagues` lack of interest, and finds data showing that such cases are frighteningly common in her own home town. A chilling thriller and a hymn to all the lonely people, whose individual voices haunt the pages, Elizabeth Haynes` new novel is a deeply disturbing and powerful thriller that preys on our darkest fears, showing how vulnerable we are when we live alone, and how easily ordinary lives can fall apart when no one is watching.

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Elizabeth Haynes (English Elizabeth Haynes ) British writer. Grew up in Seaford (Sussex). Studied English and German, art history at the University of Leicester. She worked for a long time as an expert psychoanalyst in the Kent County Police Department. She was fond of writing as a child, at the age of 13 she bought herself an electric typewriter and continued to write stories without a clear goal in mind. He considers a turning point in his work when he got acquainted with the site “National Novel Writing Month” (www.nanowrimo.org) in 2005. Through a competition on this site and creative courses at West Dean College, she began work on her first novel. Into the Darkest Corner was published in 2011 and has become an international bestseller. Her other books have also been successful, allowing her to quit her job and become a professional writer. The influential literary blog "The Book Case" wrote in 2012 that Elizabeth Hines is one of the ten most interesting women autho...

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Elizabeth Haynes (English Elizabeth Haynes ) British writer. Grew up in Seaford (Sussex). Studied English and German, art history at the University of Leicester. She worked for a long time as an expert psychoanalyst in the Kent County Police Department. She was fond of writing as a child, at the age of 13 she bought herself an electric typewriter and continued to write stories without a clear goal in mind. He considers a turning point in his work when he got acquainted with the site “National Novel Writing Month” (www.nanowrimo.org) in 2005. Through a competition on this site and creative courses at West Dean College, she began work on her first novel. Into the Darkest Corner was published in 2011 and has become an international bestseller. Her other books have also been successful, allowing her to quit her job and become a professional writer. The influential literary blog "The Book Case" wrote in 2012 that Elizabeth Hines is one of the ten most interesting women authors in the world in the detective genre. Lives with her husband and son in Kent, in the south-east of England. The writer`s site is www.elizabeth-haynes.com .  Bibliography Series DCI Louisa Smith 2013 - 1. Under a Silent Moon 2014 - 1.5 ... Promises to Keep (story) 2015 - 2. Behind Closed Doors  Novels - Novels 2011 - Into the Darkest Corner - Wherever you hide 2012 - Revenge of the Tide (aka Dark Tide) - Cold Tide Song 2013 - Human Remains - The Tender Voice of Death 2016 - Never Alone