The second novel in the DI Sean Corrigan series, The Keeper is an authentic and terrifying crime novel with a psychological edge – and we have two copies to give away, signed by Luke Delaney himself!
To be in with a chance of winning, just answer this question in the comments section below:
‘Who’s the scariest person to ever knock on your door?’
Enter by 21st October and we’ll pick two lucky winners at random that week.
UK entries only, sorry.
Check out some of the fantastic blog reviews The Keeper has already received:
‘Delaney captures all the nuances of a delusional mind and the inherent fear of his captives, and captures perfectly the claustrophobia and tension of their experience … ’
– Raven Crime Reads
‘The Keeper is terrifying, chilling and it will have you desperate to know what it is going to happen next…. If you are a fan of crime books or are just looking for something different to try then please read Luke Delaney’s books – they are dark, chilling and like me you’ll be looking over your shoulder!’
– Reading In The Sunshine
‘Luke Delaney is set to be a big name in the crime genre. If he keeps this up, he will be on Peter James’s tail quicker than you can say Roy Grace. This latest instalment had me thoroughly gripped from start to finish. It scared the living daylights out of me … but I truly am hooked and eagerly anticipating the next one!’
– Best Crime Books
‘The standard has been raised with The Keeper to a very high level … An emotional and heart stopping roller coaster ride’
– Liz Loves Books
‘Delaney offers an authentic insight into the minutiae of working a police inquiry and he is a dab hand at creating a gripping plot and canny characters … Not a novel for the faint-hearted!’
– Crime Fiction Lover
‘I honestly hope this is just the beginning of a very long series as I will be following DI Corrigan’s progress in any following novels’
– Always Reading
‘The Keeper had me hooked from the first word and kept me until the very last. Not only is Delaney able to give the reader the forensic element of the investigation from the perspective of the police, but he is also able set the scene from that of the victim and the criminal. A brilliant read’
– Crime Squad