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And So It Begins

And So It Begins

WHO WILL BELIEVE YOUR STORY IF THE ONLY WITNESS IS DEAD?

Cleo knows she should be happy for her brother Mark. He’s managed to find someone new after the sudden death of his first wife – but something about Evie just doesn’t feel right…

When Evie starts having accidents at home, her friends grow concerned. Could Mark be causing her injuries? Called out to their cliff-top house one night, Sergeant Stephanie King finds two bodies entangled on blood-drenched sheets.

Where does murder begin? When the knife is raised to strike, or before, at the first thought of violence? As the accused stands trial, the jury is forced to consider – is there ever a proper defence for murder?

Praise for Rachel Abbott:

‘A properly addictive, leave-the-light-on thriller’ Red Magazine

‘Masterly and compelling. I couldn’t put it down until its heart-stopping conclusion’ Robert Bryndza

‘Unbearably tense, with a killer twist’ Good Housekeeping
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 11th October 2018

Price: £12.99

ISBN-13: 9781472254924

Reviews

I loved it! It's a breathless tour de force that left me hungry for more. I loved the strong female characters, atmospheric Cornish setting and the truly surprising ending. Psychological crime writing at its very best.
Kate Rhodes, Crossbones Yard
A truly compelling, twisty, enthralling and satisfying read... Absolutely AMAZING!
Angela Marsons, Evil Games
The definition of addictive - Rachel Abbott's best book yet. Kept me up until the small hours - and you won't see the ending coming
Phoebe Morgan, The Doll House
Rachel Abbott is one of my favourite authors, and I'm reminded why every time I pick up one of her books... And So It Begins is an unnerving, twisting tale that you won't be able to put down
Caroline Mitchell, Silent Victim
With And So It Begins, Rachael Abbott has delivered another intricately plotted thriller that never falters on tension or pace ... the suspense doesn't let up until the very last page
Michelle Davies, Gone Astray
I raced through this compelling, twisty novel. Loved it
Laura Marshall, Friend Request
Really gripping and menacing - compulsive reading
Harriet Tyce, Blood Orange
I was hooked from the first page, it was absolutely brilliant ... The twists came so quickly I almost got whiplash
Jenny Blackhurst, The Foster Child
What a storyteller Rachel Abbott is... I was hooked from the start
Cara Hunter, Close to Home