Into the Darkest Corner. Home · Into the Darkest Corner Author: Elizabeth Haynes Into the Dark: The Darkest Fire; The site's Curse; The Darkest Prison. Catherine Bailey has been enjoying the single life long enough to know a catch when she sees one. Gorgeous, charismatic and spontaneous, Lee seems. Read Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and.
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All in all a very satisfying psychological thriller. Also by this author. Reviews A tour de force debut novel that is both creepily disturbing and yet beautifully rendered. New York Journal of Books Read full review. To say this was nail biting is a complete understatement.
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It was brilliantly written and compelling from the first word. When she tries to break it off with him, it's as if a weight has been lifted, until he comes back and it starts all over again, this time rougher. He tells her friends that she is hurting herself. Pretty soon the sex becomes rape and the beatings go along with it. When Catherine hears about a job opening in New York she sees this as her way of escape, only she has to do it without Lee knowing.
She accepts the job, gets her passport in secret, and plans her escape. She is finally at the airport when she sees Lee, and he has the airport police with him. It turns out that he is an undercover policeman and he has told them that she is wanted.
He throws her to the ground and handcuffs her, throws her into a van, knocks her out and takes her home. All her friends think she has gone to the States so Lee has a perfect opportunity to keep her locked up and no one will look for her.
He beats her, rapes her over and over again, chokes her, breaks her fingers on one hand, and leaves her locked in an empty room of her flat. After a few days he comes in the room with a knife, rapes her again, beats her and finally takes the knife and makes numerous cuts all over her body. As he leaves the house, the neighbor sees him with blood all over his shirt.
She opens the unlocked front door and finds Catherine near death.
Lee is prosecuted for abuse and is sentenced to only three years in prison. Catherine has her life back. Her new life begins in London, a new job, a new place to live but the fear is always there. She meets Stuart who lives upstairs from her and they start a relationship.
He is a clinical psychologist and he helps her learn to calm down, gets her to see a therapist. Catherine finds out on Christmas that Lee is being released. Her panic starts but this time she is stronger. It's not very long after that she suspects Lee is watching her. Somehow he gets in and moves little things in her apartment just as he used to do.
She does get help from the police this time, they believe her where before they thought she was lying.
They give her a code work to use in case she needs help. One evening when she gets home from work, she finds Stuart bleeding and knocked unconscious. Lee is there, he grabs her but this time she fights back. She gets in one quick phone call with the code word before he smashes her phone.
Catherine takes a lighter and aerosol can and lights it into Lees face. The door is busted open and the police arrive.
After the new trial is over, Catherine gets a letter from Lee.