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Movie-making can be murder. The project:Final Draft, a psychological horror. The tagline:“Based on a terrifying true story. That hasn’t happened—yet.” The location:A house deep in a forest, miles from anywhere in the wintry wilds of West Cork. The lead:Former soap-star Adele Rafferty has stepped in to replace the original actress at the very last minute. She can’t help but hope that this opportunity will be her big break—and she knows she was lucky to get it, after what happened the last time she was on a set. The problem:Something isn’t quite right about Final Draft. When the strange goings-on in the script start to happen on set too, Adele begins to fear that the real horror lies off the page …

Full Description

Release

08-16-22

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Thrillers

Release

08-16-22

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Thrillers

Overview

Movie-making can be murder. 

The project:
Final Draft, a psychological horror. 

The tagline:
“Based on a terrifying true story. That hasn’t happened—yet.” 

The location:
A house deep in a forest, miles from anywhere in the wintry wilds of West Cork. 

The lead:
Former soap-star Adele Rafferty has stepped in to replace the original actress at the very last minute. She can’t help but hope that this opportunity will be her big break—and she knows she was lucky to get it, after what happened the last time she was on a set. 

The problem:
Something isn’t quite right about Final Draft. When the strange goings-on in the script start to happen on set too, Adele begins to fear that the real horror lies off the page …

Catherine Ryan Howard

Author Biography

Catherine Ryan Howard is an internationally bestselling crime writer from Cork, Ireland. Her most recent novel, 56 Days, was an Irish number 1 bestseller, won Crime Fiction Novel of the Year at the Irish Book Awards, and was named a best thriller of 2021 by the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Irish Times. Her previous work has been shortlisted for the Edgar Award for Best Novel, the CWA’s John Creasey New Blood and Ian Fleming Steel Daggers, and Irish Crime Novel of the Year multiple times. She lives in Dublin.