Now You See Me
When Megan Ward goes missing, suspicion falls on the stalker seen outside her house The police would love it to be so simple, but the closer they look, the more mysterious Megan herself becomes. They find no photos, no passport, no family or friends. Only the corrupted computer files in Megan’s strangely impersonal room.
Meanwhile, Patrick Doran, owner of Safe Hands Security living his own nightmare. A hacker has breached his computer network, where he thought he had safely buried his past.
Then her landlady is murdered, and the shadowy Megan re-merges. The woman who doesn’t exist becomes very real, very elusive and very dangerous.
Praise for Margaret Murphy
‘An absolute BLITZ of a book… Her crime fiction blasts into the realm of literature.’ Ken Bruen
‘With The Dispossessed Margaret Murphy earned her place among the elite of British crime writers. With Now You See Me she may have just moved to the head of the pack.’ Richard Montanari author of The Rosary Girls and The Skin Gods
‘The truly exciting ending is a triumph of inventiveness, in which Megan uses her technical expertise to extract a confession from a seriously bad man in an altogether original way.’ Matthew Lewin, Guardian