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One of the most gripping thrillers ever written

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Now that Scandinavian noir has conquered the literary world, it is next the turn of Germany.

Sorry has already been a best-seller there, and is now looking like it will repeat that success around the globe.

For those who like their chillers with plenty of twists and turns – and no small amount of gore – Sorry is a must-read. From its tense opening right until its shocking denouement, Sorry will have you hooked.

The book tells the tale of four friends who set up a company that specialises in making apologies on behalf of others: they deal with unfair dismissals or the wrongly accused. Naturally, they call the company Sorry.

Business is soon booming with cash and clients rolling in. However, things take a sinister turn when they take on a client who makes some dark and bloody demands...

Thanks to the success of Sorry, Zoran Drvenkar is now one of the hottest names in the thriller genre. The Croatia-born, Germany-raised author’s next book, You, is already generating much buzz, meaning it’s worth getting on board now with Sorry.

So naturally, you’ll want a shiny new Kindle to read it on. To win an Amazon Kindle, with a copy of Sorry downloaded on to it click here

Purchase the paperback here

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