The Invisible Ones

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Quercus Publishing, Sep 4, 2011 - Fiction - 440 pages
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Rose Janko has been missing for seven years. Her family has made no attempt to find her. Why?

Ray Lovell, private investigator, has been hired to discover Rose's fate. But he must first win the trust of the secretive, deceptive, dangerous Janko family, who son Ivo became Rose's husband.

If Ray can get to the Jankos, he knows he can find the truth. If he fails, his life - and Rose's - will be over.

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The ending is a stunning reveal. - LibraryThing
The writing is excellent, the mystery complex. - LibraryThing
A wonderful original plot for a change. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - Alger - Goodreads

I am not certain if the best way to describe this book is to say that it is a work of misdirection, or if it requires that you as a reader be very careful not to notice the one factual detail that is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alumine Andrew - Goodreads

Stef Penney's first novel "The Tenderness of Wolves" is by far one of my favorite books. I was eagerly awaiting her second novel. It doesn't have the same zing to it that she managed in the first ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Stef Penney was born and grew up in Edinburgh. After a degree in Philosophy and Theology from Bristol University she turned to film-making, studying Film and TV at Bournemouth College of Art. On graduation she was selected for the Carlton Television New Writers Scheme and has since written and directed two short films. Her first novel, The Tenderness of Wolves, was the Costa Book of the Year.

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