Liz only wants to be normal.
Seven years ago, Liz was in a car accident which killed her mother and left her with no memory of the first ten years of her life. Since then nothing has felt quite right: on top of the perpetual nightmares, she keeps catching glimpses of things, things that can’t really be there, that no-one else can see.
When she inherits the famous Highwayman Inn from her grandfather, and moves to live there with her dad, she is convinced it will be a fresh start: but if anything, life at the Inn is stranger than ever. The sinister caretaker and his creepy son seem to be watching her constantly . . . A boy called Zachary keeps haunting her . . . And out of the pitch-black night, the Highwayman comes riding.
Inspired by Alfred Noyes’ poem ‘The Highwayman‘, Glimpse is a ghost story, a love story, and a story of overcoming trauma.
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Much-in-Little, Constable & Robinson, an imprint of Little, Brown • June 2014
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