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Someone is Watching You (Paperback)

by Tess James-Mackey
ISBN: 9781444967906
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'A fantastic debut - an edge of the seat thriller that keeps you turning the pages' Patrice Lawrence, award-winning author of Eight Pieces of Silva

An abandoned prison. A deadly game. How far would you go for a dare?

Nia would do anything to win the approval of her boyfriend Scott and his friends, especially mean girl Olivia. When Olivia dares Nia to explore an abandoned prison, she sees it as the perfect opportunity to prove herself. Facing dark tunnels, distant noises and creepy mementoes left behind by incarcerated criminals will surely all be worth it.

But it isn't long before Nia and her little sister, Kayla, find themselves trapped inside. And then Kayla vanishes.

Suddenly, this feels like more than a game gone wrong. Someone is hellbent on making Nia and Kayla the prison's last inmates . . .

An utterly compelling, terrifying thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat, from remarkable new author Tess James-Mackey.


'I held my breath from the first page. Tightly plotted with a main character to root for, this is tense and immersive addition to the YA thriller genre' Cynthia Murphy, author of Last One to Die

'A genuinely chilling horror and a brilliantly layered tale of toxic friendship, Someone Is Watching You is not only frightening but moving too . . .' Amy Beashel, author of We Are All Constellations

'I flew through this in one sitting . . . Don't plan for a good night's sleep after this' Ravena Guron, author of This Book Kills

'Tess storms on to the YA scene with a relentless thriller full of genuine jump-scares and spine-tingling chills. I couldn't put it down!' Kesia Lupo, author of We Are Blood and Thunder

'I tore through this book in a state of breathless excitement. Tess James-Mackey traps you in a tense and twisty tale that won't let you go, even after the final page' Jenny Pearson, author of The Super Miraculous Journey of Freddie Yates