New town, new school, new friends, Alice has never been frightened of change. This strong-charactered teenager is not afraid to speak up either. But when she learns that in her new high school, a student who went missing two years earlier looked just like her, Alice is not so sure of herself anymore.
With the help of her new friend, Alex, she decides to find out about the mysterious link she shares with the missing girl. But this investigation could well lead her straight into the wolf’s mouth.
She may need to call for help but will she be heard?
Liam Fost draws inspiration from reading a wide variety of writers, ranging from Stephen King to Bret Easton Ellis. Encouraged by the publication of his novel Volatilisés, Liam increased his writing, ending up, a few months later, with Cry for Help, which won the Fyctia competition for thrillers.
Key Sales Points
– A breathless plot, bringing together investigation, humour and teenage romance.
– Endearing characters who we get attached to.
– A fluid style that is a pleasure to read.