The Cry plus Mr and Mrs – Favourites Literary Couples Helen Fitzgerald The Cry Waterstone’s Argyle Street Thursday, 27 November 2014,

the cryMr and Mrs – Favourites Literary Couples

Helen Fitzgerald – The Cry    

Waterstone’s Argyle Street

Thursday, 27 November 2014, 7:00PM – 8:30PM

A panel event with some of our favourite literary couples: Helen Fitzgerald & Sergio Casci, Craig Robertson & Alexandra Sokoloff and Russel McLean & Lesley McDowell; discussing the pros (of which there must be many!) and cons of living and working together. It should be a great night and hopefully no one will be crying by the end!
Further details:     0141 248 4814

The Cry

This is longlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Award, Helen FitzGerald’s acclaimed psychological thriller brings a parent’s worst nightmare to vivid life. Taut, dark, and emotional, The Cry follows the story of a missing baby and the investigation that thrusts his mother and father into the spotlight – and threatens to reveal the unthinkable. On a grueling flight from Glasgow to Australia, Joanna copes with what most mothers dread: a newborn that will not stop crying. Ill herself, Joanna tries to soothe baby Noah to no avail, and to the consternation of her fellow passengers. Alistair is finally able to settle his son, but not too long before they have to disembark and begin a long drive to Melbourne. When Noah mysteriously disappears after the couple stops along a lonely roadside, the criminal inquiry becomes a white-hot, global media sensation. As the focus on them intensifies, lies, rumour and innuendo spread, and Joanna and Alistair slowly begin to turn on each other. Someone is hiding the truth. But will knowing the truth bring Noah back? Readers call Helen FitzGerald “dark, clever, highly inventive” (Lovereading.co.uk). Filled with stunning twists and all-too-realistic scenes from a relationship in crisis, The Cry offers gripping suspense and emotional drama that will keep you guessing all the way to its shocking finish.

174-176 Argyle Street, Glasgow G2 8BT

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