'The poet laureate of the literary thriller: sinister and soulful'
Michael Koryta, author of Those Who Wish Me Dead
'Peter Heller's thrillers unfurl like campfire yarns'
New York Times
'An ever so subtly dystopian wilderness noir that speculates on the horrors of a post-pandemic society'
'Riveting... A chilling reminder of the dangers that might lie in wait for us all'
Minneapolis Star Tribune
'A modern master of the wilderness thriller'
'The Guide is a glorious getaway in every sense, a wild wilderness trip as well as a suspenseful journey to solve a chilling mystery'
The best-selling author of The River returns with a heart-racing thriller about a young man escaping his own grief and an elite fishing lodge in Colorado hiding a plot of shocking menace
Kingfisher Lodge: a boutique resort surrounded by a mile and a half of the most pristine river water on the planet.
Safe from viruses that have plagued America for years, Kingfisher offers a respite for wealthy clients - and a return to normality for fishing guide Jack, battling the demons of a recent, devastating loss.
But when a human scream pierces the night, Jack soon realises that the idyllic retreat may be merely a cover for a far more sinister operation.
Lucy Foley meets Liane Moriarty's Nine Perfect Strangers, with the lyrical writing of Robert Macfarlane and an eerily plausible twist...
PRAISE FOR PETER HELLER AND THE RIVER
'Glorious prose and razor-sharp tension'
Observer Thrillers of the Year
'Utter joy... A suspenseful tale told with glorious drama and lyrical flair'
Denise Mina, New York Times
'Urgent, visceral writing - I couldn't turn the pages fast enough'
'Lyrical and action-packed by turns'
'A master of suspense... A thrilling read with a dramatic twist at the end: you will not be able to put it down'
'A must read'
'Heller packs a ton of adventure and emotion in this short novel, and I dare you to put it down once you've picked it up'