The Wreckage: The Gripping Thriller That Everyone Is Talking About

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Orion Publishing Group, Limited, Sep 29, 2020 - Guilt - 336 pages
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One fatal crash. Two colliding worlds. Three wrecked lives. Ben is driving on the motorway, on his usual commute to the school where he works. A day like any other... Except for one man who, in a final despairing act, jumps in front of Ben's car, turning the teacher's world upside down in a single horrifying instant... Wracked with guilt and desperate to clear his conscience, he develops a friendship with Alice, the dead man's wife, and her 7-year-old son Max. But as he tries to escape the trauma of the wreckage, could he go too far in trying to make amends? How would you cope, knowing you'd caused someone's death? And are the dynamics of this friendship exactly what they seem?

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After graduating from Cambridge with a First Class degree in Modern and Medieval Languages,Robin worked for five years at Google. Since 2014,he has been the Senior Editorial Manager at Audible,responsible for deciding which audiobooks they promote to their customers and how. This has given him first-hand knowledge of the publishing industry and an extensive network of contacts,particularly authors and actors. He also runs their podcast,Audible Sessions, and has interviewed multiple authors including Fiona Barton,Clare Mackintosh,Ian Rankin,Val McDermid, Anthony Horowitz and Jeffery Deaver to name a few. His conversations with them are what inspired him to start writing.

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