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The Sleeper Lies - Andrea Mara

The Sleeper Lies - Andrea Mara

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ONE WINDOW, THREE LIES, 24 DAYS IS ALL IT TAKES

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One Window, Three Lies

I step forward, breathing fast. Movement. I force myself to take

another step. I think about all of it, all of the deaths and all of 

the accidents and all of the pain. And I know what I need to do.

 

ONE WINDOW

It’s March 2018, and the country is covered in snow. Roads are 

impassable, shops are running out of food, and official advice is to 

stay indoors. Marianne lives on her own and works from home, so this 

isn’t a problem. Until she wakes one morning in her house in the 

middle of nowhere and finds footprints trailing all across her garden. 

Half-asleep, she is at first curious. Then she realises the footprints 

stop at her bedroom window, and curiosity gives way to unease. Who was 

looking in at her, while she was asleep?

 

THREE LIES

As the big freeze worsens and the stalker begins to leave disturbing 

mementoes, Marianne’s thoughts go back two decades to the schoolyard 

outburst that tore her childhood apart. Old feuds resurface, and the 

mystery of her mother’s death is pulled back into focus. Marianne 

begins to see patterns – is there a link between her stalker and the 

true crime story she’s been obsessively researching, or does the 

answer lie closer to home?

 

24 DAYS

In the end, 24 days is all it takes for everything to come crashing 

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