Thursday 12 August 2021

The Dark by Emma Haughton BLOG TOUR #Giveaway #TheDark @Emma_Houghton @HodderBooks #Win #Prize #Competition


In the most inhospitable environment - cut off from the rest of the world - there's a killer on the loose.

A&E doctor Kate North has been knocked out of her orbit by a personal tragedy. So when she's offered the opportunity to be an emergency replacement at the UN research station in Antarctica, she jumps at the chance. The previous doctor, Jean-Luc, died in a tragic accident while out on the ice.

The move seems an ideal solution for Kate: no one knows about her past; no one is checking up on her. But as total darkness descends for the winter, she begins to suspect that Jean-Luc's death wasn't accidental at all.

And the more questions she asks, the more dangerous it becomes . . .

The Dark by Emma Haughton is published on 19 August 2021 by Hodder & Stoughton. 

As part of this Blog Tour, I am delighted to offer one hardback copy as a prize. Entry is simple, just fill out the competition widget in this blog post.  UK entries only please. 


One hardback copy of The Dark by Emma Haughton

Praise for The Dark 

'The kind of heart-pounding, sleep-stealing read that you want to recommend to everyone you meet. An absolutely thrilling book' CASS GREEN

'Chilling and atmospheric . . . had me turning the pages late into the night' MARK EDWARDS

'Tense, thrilling and unpredictable, with one of the most unique and dangerous settings imaginable' ALLIE REYNOLDS

'Set against the dangerous sub-zero temperatures end endless night of the Antarctic... Brilliantly atmospheric and terrifyingCATHERINE COOPER

'Tense, twisted and quite literally chilling - a locked room mystery in a unique setting where no one can be trusted' SUSI HOLLIDAY

'Atmospheric, original and full of tensionAMANDA JENNINGS

'A real edge-of-the-seat plot. I loved it. Original and accomplishedJ.A. CORRIGAN

Emma Haughton grew up in Sussex; after a stint au pairing in Paris and a couple of half-hearted
attempts to backpack across Europe, she studied English at Oxford University then trained in journalism. During her career as a journalist, she wrote many articles for national newspapers, including regular pieces for the Times Travel section.

Following publication of her picture book, Rainy Day, Emma wrote three YA novels. Her first, Now You See Me, was an Amazon bestseller and nominated for the Carnegie and Amazing Book Awards. Better Left Buried, her second, was one of the best YA reads for 2015 in the Sunday Express. Her third YA novel, Cruel Heart Broken, was picked by The Bookseller as a top YA read for July 2016.

The Dark, Emma’s chilling new thriller for adults, is published by Hodder in August 2021.

Find out more at or Or get in touch via Twitter: @Emma_Haughton

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