Peter De Jonge

Peter de Jonge is the co-author, with James Patterson, of three bestselling novels, including the Number 1 New York Times bestsellers Beach Road and The Beach House. He has written for a variety of publications including National Geographic, New York Magazine and Harper’s Bazaar. He was born in New York City, where he continues to live.

Peter’s latest novel, a solo project, centres around the disappearance of a young student in New York. Detective Darlene O’Hara from New York’s 7th Precinct and her partner Serge Krekorian set out to find her. A week later, Francesca’s body is discovered severely mangled in a toilet by the East River. The case quickly becomes a high-profile hunt that the Homicide Unit are quick to snatch away. Covertly, O’Hara and Krekorian continue their own investigation into the city’s seedy underbelly, but things quickly fizzle out of control…

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