I'll Catch You

Author(s): Jesse Kellerman

Thriller

When the world's bestselling thriller writer, William de Vallee, disappears from his luxury yacht while sailing off the LA coast, his best friend and fellow writer Arthur Pfefferkorn decides to pick up where he left off. But little does Arthur know that this impulsive decision is about to change his life for ever...We want to tell you more about this novel. We wish we could explain how spectacular and absolutely unexpected it is; how it will burn itself onto your brain for ever. But the truth is we could never do it justice...The only way you'll understand it is to read it.

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What happens when an ordinary man stumbles upon the ultimate deception? You're about to find out.

Literate and thought-provoking...Kellerman is a master of menace. Daily Mail A writer of great imagination and skill. Sunday Telegraph Kellerman has a gift for creating compelling characters as well as for crafting an ingenious plot that grabs the reader and refuses to let go. Publishers Weekly [I'll Catch You is] fun in completely unexpected ways. Only a great writer like Kellerman could make it all work this well. RT Book Reviews [Kellerman] ruminates on the practice of writing, the experience of sudden literary success, the nature of friendship, and the contrasts between the lives of writers and spies. [I'll Catch You] is very funny - and insightful. Booklist Another brilliant performance from Kellerman. Kirkus Review on I'll Catch You

Jesse Kellerman was born in Los Angeles in 1978. He also holds a Master's of Fine Arts in theater. He has won several awards for his writing, including the Princess Grace Award, given to America's most promising young playwright. He lives with his wife and son in California.

General Fields

  • : 9781847444455
  • : Little, Brown Book Group
  • : Sphere
  • : July 2012
  • : 234mm X 153mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : October 2012
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Jesse Kellerman
  • : Paperback
  • : 1012
  • : 336