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Never Alone By Elizabeth Haynes Never Alone Elizabeth Haynes new psychological thriller is a brilliantly suspenseful and shocking story in which nothing is at it seems but everything is at stake Sarah Carpenter lives in an isolated farmhouse i

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  • Author: Elizabeth Haynes
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  • Never Alone By Elizabeth Haynes Elizabeth Haynes new psychological thriller is a brilliantly suspenseful and shocking story in which nothing is at it seems, but everything is at stake.Sarah Carpenter lives in an isolated farmhouse in North Yorkshire and for the first time, after the death of her husband some years ago and her children, Louis and Kitty, leaving for university, she s living alone But sheElizabeth Haynes new psychological thriller is a brilliantly suspenseful and shocking story in which nothing is at it seems, but everything is at stake.Sarah Carpenter lives in an isolated farmhouse in North Yorkshire and for the first time, after the death of her husband some years ago and her children, Louis and Kitty, leaving for university, she s living alone But she doesn t consider herself lonely She has two dogs, a wide network of friends and the support of her best friend, Sophie.When an old acquaintance, Aiden Beck, needs somewhere to stay for a while, Sarah s cottage seems ideal and renewing her relationship with Aiden gives her a reason to smile again It s supposed to be temporary, but not everyone is comfortable with the arrangement her children are wary of his motives, and Will Brewer, an old friend of her son s, seems to have taken it upon himself to check up on Sarah at every opportunity Even Sophie has grown remote and distant.After Sophie disappears, it s clear she hasn t been entirely honest with anyone, including Will, who seems concerned for Sarah s safety than anyone else As the weather closes in, events take a dramatic turn and Kitty too goes missing Suddenly Sarah finds herself in terrible danger, unsure of who she can still trust.But she isn t facing this alone she has Aiden, and Aiden offers the protection that Sarah needs Doesn t he
    Never Alone By Elizabeth Haynes

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    1. Brenda on said:

      3.5 sAlone and struggling with on going debt, Sarah Carpenter made the decision to offer the cottage on her property to an old flame, Aiden Beck, who was looking for somewhere to live He d just returned from overseas and Sarah knew she had to be cautious her relationship with Aiden went back to her university days when she was friends with him as well as Jim Carpenter, who later became her husband But with Jim s death three years prior, her daughter Kitty in London at university, and son Louis o [...]

    2. Bill Kupersmith on said:

      For Elizabeth Haynes, merely to be very good is below standard for her because she ranks for me the very top level alongside Tana French Sharon Bolton Tho she lacks French s genius executing plot Bolton s extraordinary fertility of invention, Haynes excels creating characters so appealing engaging that you want them to be your closest friends would cheerfully enthusiastically kill to rescue them Cathy in Into the Darkest Corner, Genevieve in Revenge of the Tide especially Scarlett in Behind Clos [...]

    3. Lee on said:

      I loved Elizabeth Haynes book Into the Darkest Corner so I was very excited when I saw another stand alone novel from her Sarah Carpenter is living alone in an isolated farmhouse in North Yorkshire Her children are away at university so she lets out an adjacent cottage to her old friend Aiden As Sarah renews her relationship with Aiden, her children and others do not have the same enthusiasm and even her best friend Sophie has her concerns Soon Sophie disappears and Sarah is left wondering who t [...]

    4. Tracy Fenton on said:

      As the self appointed No 1 fan of Elizabeth Haynes I was delighted and extremely honoured to be given the chance to read her new novel Never Alone before anyone else Never Alone is a story about Sarah, a widow, living in a remote farm in Yorkshire with her 2 dogs and suddenly find herself the focus of two quite different men, both with dark secrets and desires This is a gripping and tense story which had me on the edge of my seat A grown up version of Into the Darkest Corner this story is full o [...]

    5. I read novels on said:

      Review on ireadnovels.wordpressOne of my favourite authors I just love reading all of Elizabeth Haynes novels Sara Carpenter lives alone as her husband Jim died in a car accident An old friend of Sara s Aiden Beck who Sara met at Uni twenty years ago is now in need of some where to stay and with him being an old friend Jim s of course Sara lets him stay at her farm house Sarah did sleep with Aiden at Uni and then he disappeared Drunk and forgotten what it is like to be kissed, Sara sleeps with A [...]

    6. Marianne on said:

      We all keep secrets from each other, all the time, and we kid ourselves that they are tiny ones, that they don t matter, right up until the moment that we are found out and we realise it matters very much Never Alone is the sixth novel by British author, Elizabeth Haynes Sarah Carpenter is nervous Aiden Beck is about to arrive During their heady university days they had a fling that ended abruptly when Aiden headed off to Asia Jim Carpenter picked up the pieces of Sarah, they married and had two [...]

    7. Noll on said:

      The first 50% of this novel is basically just sex, dog walks up and down a hill, and making cups of tea I have no problem with any of these things, but there was basically zero progression of the story for the first 50% of the book Nothing happened The synopsis here on mentions characters going missing the first one of these goes missing at the 66% mark, and the other goes missing at the 78% mark I read the Kindle edition The use of the second person for Aiden s character serves no purpose that [...]

    8. Jules on said:

      Having loved Into the Darkest Corner years ago, but failing to connect with Behind Closed Doors a couple of years later, I was eager to give Elizabeth Haynes another go, and I have to say the front cover for Never Alone did lure me in I m pleased to say, I really enjoyed this book.The remote house Sarah lives in gave this thriller a really creepy feel, and reminded me of when I first moved to West Cornwall Although we do have a few neighbours nearby, there are no street lamps in our entire hamle [...]

    9. Anne on said:

      Way back in September 2011 I read Into The Darkest Corner Elizabeth Haynes first novel It s a long time ago, but I remember it so very well For me, it is probably the best psychological thriller that I ve ever read I ve read the author s later books, including her police procedural series featuring DI Louisa Smith and enjoyed them all, but Into The Darkest Corner has always stood out for me.I had a tingly feeling about her latest novel, Never Alone, when I read the synopsis, I kind of thought th [...]

    10. Joanne Robertson on said:

      Having been a huge fan of Elizabeth Haynes since her first book Into the Darkest Corner, I was hugely excited to discover that Never Alone was going to be a new standalone novel Although I have enjoyed her DI Louisa Smith novels, I much prefer the darker depths that she plunges whilst exploring those human desires and the deviance that cut across the normality of relationships So even though I have a TBR list as long as the journey to the sun and back again I bought myself a copy to take on my s [...]

    11. BookwormDH on said:

      Sarah Carpenter lives in an isolated farmhouse in North Yorkshire and for the first time, after the death of her husband some years ago and her children, Louis and Kitty, leaving for university, she s living alone But she doesn t consider herself lonely She has two dogs, a wide network of friends and the support of her best friend, Sophie.When an old acquaintance, Aiden Beck, needs somewhere to stay for a while, Sarah s cottage seems ideal and renewing her relationship with Aiden gives her a rea [...]

    12. Tammy on said:

      I feel bad but I just struggled with this book from beginning to end I know everyone loved it but it just never grabbed me I forced myself to finish thinking the ending will make it worth it But it still fell flat for me I have read this author before and still will continue to This one was just not for me 0

    13. Raven on said:

      And so to Never Alone, and Haynes once again with an immediate intensity, draws us into the life of Sarah Carpenter, an emotionally fragile woman three years on from the loss of her husband, and residing in a metaphorically empty nest with her two children having left home for differing reasons What Haynes disseminates so well in this book is the nature of human relationships, and every character is used to explore the differing connections we make with one another As the following demonstrates [...]

    14. DianeAlice on said:

      I really enjoyed the author s first book, Into the Darkest Corner and I enjoyed this one too Just a couple of niggles Why, why, why did Sarah keep leaving her door unlocked even when she kept hearing noises and was generally feeling a bit spooked I d have barricaded myself in And why, when she had awful money worries and was thinking of having to sell the farmhouse, didn t she do anything about trying to get a job Having said that, it was a nerve racking book which I enjoyed but not to the exten [...]

    15. The Book Review Café on said:

      Like many readers I have been a big fan of Elizabeth Haynes since she wrote Into The Darkest Corner way back in 2011, so I had high hopes for Never Alone the book description alone piqued my interest and I must say its everything I hoped for and It s well executed, gripping and definitely one of the better psychological thrillers out there at the moment The author explores human relationships and all the ugly qualities that can come with them lies,obsession,betrayal and rejection, she manages t [...]

    16. Christine Owens on said:

      As a teen in the 1970 s one of my favourite programmes was a British series called Thriller It was a thriller in every sense of the word, the heart stopping, heart pounding, pulse racing moments of suspense which made me hide behind a cushion or watch between my fingers were almost unbearable and this story took me right back to those moments I loved it, the build up of the characters and story were so skilful and clever I thought the pacing of the story was excellent and I feel like I ve just r [...]

    17. Emma on said:

      Sarah is lonely Her husband died in a tragic accident, her son despises her and her daughter has gone to university She has friends in the village and her two dogs but it s easy to become cutoff from society when you live in a remote farmhouse on the North Yorkshire moors Thankfully all that changes when old flame Aiden Beck turns up looking for a room to rent Sarah leaps at the chance to have her ex lover living in the farmhouse s empty cottage, a stones throw from her But what is Aiden not tel [...]

    18. Nelly on said:

      Very carefully read a treebook that I will treasure as it is not yet out in paperback until 6th October and I am delighted to have been able to it read in advance.There are not many books that fall into the category of please remind me to breathe, but Never Alone is one of them for sure It is writing at its finest, it is descriptive, eerie, chilling and fast paced everything about it is just fits perfectly.Is great reading all the way through then boom a remind myself to breathe moment begins an [...]

    19. Lisa on said:

      3.5 starsI really enjoyed this thriller.Elizabeth Haynes is one of my favourite authors Please read if you haven t already and the characters are good but maybe I have read too many thrillers in this style so I couldn t find anything new here to love.It s good but I was expecting something .

    20. Rebecca If Only I Could Read Faster on said:

      One of my all time favourite books is Into The Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes, it is an incredibly written psychological thriller It was the first book that I had read by Elizabeth Haynes and set the bar very high While I ve enjoyed subsequent books by the author, none have come anywhere near to emulating her first book.Never Alone tells the story of Sarah, a widow who lives alone in an isolated farmhouse in Yorkshire An old flame comes back into her life after years of no contact, he rents [...]

    21. Clare on said:

      Listened to in audio format.Never Alone was the November read for my GR group This is the first book I ve listened to by Elizabeth Hayes, although I have the Darkest Corner on my TBR pile.Sarah Carpenter is a widow with two grown up children Louis and Kitty She lives alone with 2 Labradors and has a wide circle of friends Out of the blue she sees a message on Facebook from her old boyfriend Aiden Beck Aiden has been living abroad and is returning the UK and wants a place to stay Sarah has a spar [...]

    22. Kate~Bibliophile Book Club on said:

      I will preface this review by saying I am a MASSIVE Elizabeth Haynes fan Her first novel, Into The Darkest Corner is one of my all time favourite books EVER Needless to say, I am extremely grateful to be on the blog tour for her latest book, Never Alone.Never Alone is a chilling psychological thriller It is a compelling read, and coupled with bleak weather, it only serves to reinforce the cold tone running through the book.Following Sarah, and the arrival of a friend from the past, Aiden, Never [...]

    23. Claire Mawdesley on said:

      Wow I m left breathless after finishing this book I first came across Elizabeth Haynes when I read Into the Darkest corner a few years ago, which is a book that has consistently remained in my top 5 reads I actually think that this book is on a par with that, if not slightly better Whatever This was a 5 read and a book that I m going to be shouting from the rooftops about

    24. Thebooktrail on said:

      Elizabeth is a writer to watch that s for sure Careful where you stay if you re off to Yorkshire on your hols Booktrail the locations here Location map of Never Alone

    25. Cleo Bannister on said:

      It is winter in the North Yorkshire Moors where Sarah Carpenter is coming to terms with the loss of her husband and the emptiness of her farmhouse now that her daughter Kitty has left for university Her son Louis is not around much having fallen out with Sarah following the death of his father, although she has a good friend in Sophie, a politician s wife.Against this backdrop enters Aiden an old flame of Sarah s who has rented her holiday cottage and she s pleased to see him but she does wonder [...]

    26. Beadyjan on said:

      If you like a book that insinuates its way gently into your psyche until it reaches fever pitch then leaves you screaming with terror, this IS that book, it s a real creeper and begins ever so gently in a tranquil rural location in North Yorkshire.Sarah is a widow, Mum of 2 grown up kids, a son Louis, from whom she is estranged and a daughter Kitty who she is very close to but has flown the nest She lives in a fairly remote house with a small cottage annexe, high on a hillside on the North Yorks [...]

    27. Kerrie-ann on said:

      Sarah lives on a farm in North Yorkshire and she invites her old friend Aiden to stay in her cottage next door Will, an old friend of her son Louis, has suddenly reappeared in town, but is he being honest with everyone What secrets is Aiden hiding Her friend Sophie suddenly goes missing, but what has happened to her With the snow closing in, is Sarah really alone on her farm and is it dangerous being alone I loved the layout of this novel as it had chapters from different characters, so the chap [...]

    28. Annie ~ The Misstery on said:

      Read the review here First of all, don t read the complete blurb There s a spoiler of something that happens in the last 20% of the book I removed it from here.I loved Into the Darkest Corner when I read it a few years ago It was suspenseful and scary and I couldn t wait to read books by Elizabeth Haynes Never Alone was equally addictive and super fast to read, but in my opinion, the plot was not as superb as in that one.Coincidentally, I had the same feeling with I See You by Clare Mackintosh [...]

    29. Kendall on said:

      I would rate this a 3 This was the first novel I have read from Elizabeth Haynes I had high expectations for this author since I heard such amazing things about Into the Darkest Corner I guess I was expecting a little bit from the novel and I was bummed it didn t have twists and turns like I really enjoy I figured out who the killer was and was pretty easy honestly to figure it out which I don t like haha I m of a person that wants to be floored with shock The last 20 percent of the book I fe [...]

    30. Claire Ellis on said:

      I was quite disappointed with this book as normally Elizabeth Haynes writes books which are full of suspense and don t shy away from shocking the reader with violence and mind disturbing scenes.However, this book did have aspects of that and we caught a glimpse of her usual writing, but on the whole it felt disjointed and the main characters thoughts were flitting from having one opinion and feeling one minute, to the complete opposite the next, which didn t fit with reality and became annoying [...]

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