Like a dark unsettling road movie, Hide takes us on a chilling ride from '80s urban Britain to the menace of the Australian outback.
It's 1983 in Thatcher's Britain. Alec Johnston has left his comfortable family home in Cardiff and taken a flat with bikers Minto, Stobes and Black. There he meets Sindy, Minto’s strange and vulnerable young girlfriend. When she starts to view Alec as a possible saviour from her abusive relationship, it earns Alec a big target on his back.
Hide takes us on a dark, unsettling journey: one that begins in a small town in Wales and continues through the vast Australian outback. As the threats get closer, Alec fears this is one journey from which he may never return.
“Crime fans with a hankering for a gripping, edge-of-your seat read will love Hide.” (Books+Publishing)
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Couldn't finish it
There were no reviews available, so I took a chance. Very dumb protagonist who lies and can't see what is in front of his face. The narrator's accent was difficult to understand, also. Sorry I wasted a credit.