RUN, ROSE, RUN (Book with james patterson)
From America's most beloved superstar and its greatest storyteller - a thriller about a young singer-songwriter on the rise and on the run, and determined to do whatever it takes to survive.
___________________________FIND A FUTURE. LOSE A PAST. She's a star on the rise, singing about the hard life behind her. She's also on the run. Nashville is where she's come to claim her destiny. It's also where the darkness she's fled might find her. And destroy her . . . RUN ROSE RUN: a story glittering with danger and desire. Also available: an album of 12 original Dolly Parton songs made for the novel!____________________________'Run Rose Run grips your heart from the start and never lets go. Like a great Dolly Parton song, it is rich with heart, humour and humanity, full of a yearning for the light even in the darkest of nights. Unforgettably good stuff.' TONY PARSONS, bestselling author of the DC Max Wolfe series'Taut and exciting. Patterson's mastery plus Parton's insider knowledge of Nashville's dark underbelly equals one great read.' LISA GARDNER, bestselling author of the Detective D. D. Warren series'Run Rose Run is a suspenseful tale of a young musician desperate to escape her troubled past. A thrilling journey from two beloved voices, set against the backdrop of the country-music scene.' KATHLEEN GRISSOM, bestselling author of The Kitchen House and Glory Over Everything'Dolly Parton is the beating heart and yearning soul of this amazing novel. Enter James Patterson, who knows how to grab a reader by the throat, kick up the suspense, and move a novel along better than anybody else in the world. Run Rose Run is enthralling, terrifying, enlightening, and moving all at once.' LEE SMITH, bestselling author of The Last Girls and Dimestore 'We always knew Dolly Parton was a wit. ("It costs me a lot of money to look this cheap.") In Covid, funding vaccine research, she became a hero. For her next trick, she unveils herself as a novelist, co-writing her debut with prolific hit-machine James Patterson' DAILY TELEGRAPH'It's going to be big.' THE TIMES