'This could be the most astonishing whodunnit you are ever likely to read' Red Magazine
'Obvious echoes of Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time . . . and with more twists and coils than a hangman's noose' Sunday Express
'The dead can't speak to us,' Professor Madoc had said.
That was a lie.
Because the body Patrick Fort is examining in anatomy class is trying to tell him all kinds of things.
Life is already strange enough for the obsessive Patrick without having to solve a possible murder. Especially when no one believes a crime has even taken place. Now he must stay out of danger long enough to unravel the mystery - while he dissects his own evidence.
But as Patrick learns one truth from a dead man, he discovers there have been many other lies rather closer to home...
"Bauer's great gift is her ability to surprise the reader... [and] she makes you think a bit differently about the world." (Daily Telegraph)"Taking the psychological thriller into new territory" (Independent)"This excellent, thought-provoking novel will hold your attention from the very first page" (Bella)"This could be the most astonishing whodunnit you are ever likely to read" (Red Magazine online)"Rubbernecker isn't your average crime novel: it's far better than that" (We Love This Book)
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