Author Alex Dahl has kindly selected Female First to reveal the cover of her new book Cabin Fever. Hauntingly dark, with the sinister byline ’As her therapist you know her darkest secrets. But how does she know yours?'  the cover makes you want to turn the first page immediately. Sadly, eager readers will have to wait for its release on 8th July 2021. But if you want to tease yourself a little more, here is the synopsis...

Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever

You are her therapist Kristina is a successful therapist in central Oslo. She spends her days helping clients navigate their lives with a cool professionalism that has got her to the top.

She is your client But when her client Leah arrives at her office clearly distressed, begging Kristina to come to her remote cabin in the woods, she feels the balance she's worked hard to achieve begin to slip.

But out here in the woods When Leah fails to turn up to her next two sessions, Kristina reluctantly heads out into the wilderness to find her.

Nothing is as it seems Alone and isolated, surrounded by snow and trees, Kristina soon realises what a huge mistake she has made...

About Alex Dahl 

Alex Dahl is a half-American, half-Norwegian author. Born in Oslo, she studied Russian and German linguistics with international studies, then went on to complete an MA in creative writing at Bath Spa University and an MSc in business management at Bath University. A committed Francophile, Alex loves to travel, and has so far lived in Moscow, Paris, Stuttgart, Sandefjord, Switzerland, Bath and London. She is the author of three other thrillers: Playdate, The Heart Keeper, and The Boy at the Door, which was shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger.

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