THE TOP TEN INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER THAT HAS TAKEN EUROPE BY STORM
'This thriller has already attracted attention across Europe, and with good reason. There are touches of both Daphne du Maurier and Stephen King in its depiction of a musician, Peter Harper, whose life has disintegrated ... Part Don't Look Now, part Misery, yet with a distinctive style of its own, this is a supercharged supernatural thriller' Daily Mail
He'd seen the danger coming. And now it's here...
When Peter Harper, a gifted musician whose career and personal life are in trouble, comes to northwest Ireland and rents a remote cottage on beautiful, windswept Tremore Beach, he thinks he has found a refuge, a tranquil place in a time of crisis. His only neighbours for miles around are a retired American couple, Leo and Marie Kogan, who sense his difficulties and take him under their wing. But there's something strange about the pair that he can't quite figure out.
One night during one of the dramatic storms that pummel the coast, Peter is struck by lightning. Though he survives, he begins to experience a series of terrifying, lucid and bloody nightmares that frame him, the Kogans and his visiting children in mortal danger. The Harper family legend of second sight suddenly takes on a sinister twist. What if his horrifying visions came true, could tonight be his last...?
Stephen King meets The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair in this unputdownable suspense thriller that has gripped readers across Europe.
`Absolutely compulsive . . . I went along for the ride and I'm so glad I did. A mash up of Don't Look Now meets Straw Dogs'
Robert Ryan, author of Dead Man's Land
Mikel Santiago was born in northern Spain in 1975 and is a musician and writer. He is the author of a novella, History of a Perfect Crime, and The Last Night at Tremore Beach is his first novel and was a Top Ten international bestseller. He spent over a decade living in Ireland and the Netherlands, and now lives in Bilbao with his family.