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Synopsis

SEE EVIL


Journalist Joe Oakes makes a living exposing supernatural hoaxes.But what he sees when he visits a secretive religious community on a remote Scottish island forces him to question everything he thought he knew. 



HEAR EVIL


Why have the islanders been accused of Satanism? What has happened to their leader?And why will no one discuss the strange creature seen wandering the lonely beaches of Pig Island?



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In PIG ISLAND, Mo Hayder dares you to face your fears head on and to look at what lurks beneath the surface of everyday normality.It's about the unspeakable things people do to each other. Brace yourself for a terrifying read.

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Press reviews

"Hayder has always had the unrivalled ability to conjure up grotesqueries that chill, but here she outdoes herself"

Observer

"Mo Hayder has a profound ability to shock and surprise her readers, and Pig Island surpasses anything she has written before. She's the bravest writer I know"

Karin Slaughter

"Hayder’s writing is, as ever, briskly paced and fluid"

The Times

"She has created the most warped and bloodthirsty visions of psychopathic behaviour. No matter how much you might despise yourself for getting sucked into such places, she is brilliant at making you read on"

Daily Telegraph

"Mo Hayder is the closest thing we've got to Stephen King, which is close enough...the goriest thriller writer this side of the pond"

Mirror