She should never have saved him.
When Alice Reed goes on her regular morning jog in the peaceful Swiss Alps, she doesn’t expect to save a man from suicide. But she does. And it is her first mistake.
Adamant they have an instant connection, Manfred’s charming exterior grows darker and his obsession with Alice grows stronger.
In a country far from home, where the police don’t believe her, the locals don’t trust her and even her husband questions the truth about Manfred, Alice has nowhere to turn.
To what lengths will Alice go to protect herself and her family?
Perfect for fans of I See You, Friend Request and Apple Tree Yard.
Praise for Strangers on a Bridge
‘As well-plotted and high-anxiety-inducing as any Hitchcock flick. 5 stars.’
‘GREAT read, fast, with a number of twists and turns that you don't see coming!’ Janice Lombardo
‘a really enjoyable read’
‘a truly impressive, accomplished debut novel’
‘a brilliant thriller’
‘Obsession, suspense and twists… what more do you need? Fantastic debut .’
Louise Mangos writes novels, short stories and flash fiction, which have won prizes, been placed on shortlists and read out on BBC radio. Strangers on a Bridge is her first novel. It was a finalist in the Exeter Novel Prize and long listed for the Bath Novel Award. You can connect with Louise on Facebook and Twitter @LouiseMangos, or visit her website www.louisemangos.com where there are links to some of her short fiction. She lives on a Swiss Alp with her Kiwi husband and two sons.