Lisa is happily married to her husband, Will, until she manages to lose her stepson, Matthew, in a crowded place. As the search for the missing child begins, Lisa must deal with the police, the public and her husband’s ex-wife, who blames her for losing her precious son.
Daniel Hurst was born in the northwest of England, a part of the world-famous for its comedians, pasties and terrible weather.
He has been employed in several glamorous roles in his lifetime, including bartending, shelf stacking and procurement administration, all while based in some of the most exotic places on the planet, like Bolton, Preston and South London.
Since following his lifelong passion for writing in 2020, he has amassed a loyal and devoted set of readers and regularly has several books in the top 100 of the Psychological Thriller Charts on Amazon. His title The Passenger became the #1-selling psychological thriller in the UK in October 2021.
What a brilliant story, I stayed up half the night reading this as wanted to know if they ever found him. A brilliant author that comes up with very simple stories but then puts the thriller part into them so you cannot stop turning the pages. Wonderful bit of a twist at the end that was so unexpected I could not believe it, never did I think it would be like that. Highly recommended.