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ebook / ISBN-13: 9781472261786

Price: £8.99

ON SALE: 9th August 2018

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Romance / Adult & Contemporary Romance

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A tense, thrilling read from Sunday Times bestselling author Dorothy Koomson

Is it an affair . . . or something much worse?

Tami’s husband, Scott, has just been arrested for a terrible crime – and his accuser is her closest friend. Who should Tami believe? The father of her two daughters? Or her trusted best friend?

Torn and desperate to find out the truth, Tami makes her choice – with shocking consequences . . .


Readers love Dorothy Koomson:

‘Cleverly told by three female narrators, this is a complex tale of a terrible crime . . . I was gripped from the start and desperate to uncover the truthWoman

‘If you only do one this weekend, read this book. It’s another utterly brilliant psychological thrillerSun


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A powerful thriller about a woman's life unravelling... we were hooked from the start
Pacy and compelling, the twists and turns come thick and fast with a surprise round every corner... a must-read
If you only do one thing this weekend, read this book. It's another utterly brilliant psychological thriller from the author and we one hundred per cent recommend it
I enjoyed the passion and power with which Koomson writes, and her portrayal of an emotional underworld in which nothing is clear-cut and the line between guilty and innocent is blurred
Daily Mail
Cleverly told by three female narrators, this is a complex tale of a terrible crime... I was gripped from the start of this book and desperate to uncover the truth
Fast-moving, and compelling.
Sunday Mirror
Full of mystery and intrigue, it's a book that will grip you from the very start.
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