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24 June, 1994 – Nineteen-year-old Leila Hawkins runs from her father’s birthday party into the stormy night wearing her sister Stella’s long red coat. Some say she was crying, others swear they saw her get into a passing car. Nobody ever saw her again.

Present – This time every year, on the anniversary of that fateful night, Stella decorates the small seaside town she grew up in with pictures of her beautiful missing sister. But after twenty-five years, is it even worth hoping someone will come forward? Perhaps the upcoming documentary will spark people’s memories by reuniting all the guests who were there the night Leila went missing.

As old friends gather and long-buried secrets begin to surface, the last thing Stella ever expects is a direct response from someone claiming they took Leila. They want private details of Stella’s life in return for answers. But as the true events of the night of the party play out once again, who is lying? And who is next?

From the bestselling author of The Perfect Friend, this absolutely gripping psychological thriller will keep you up all night and leave you sleeping with the light on. If you loved Gone Girl, The Girl on the Train and The Wife Between Us this book is for you!

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OMG… had me madly reading, hanging on to every word, frantically wanting to know what happened next. Boy oh boy, that ending!... Bloody brilliant!Nicki's Book Blog, 5 stars

You MUST read thismind-blowing truly astonishing… captivating, engrossing and riveting.’ Blue Pink Books, 5 stars

Fantastic… I raced through it, desperate to know the truth. A brilliant and shocking thriller!’ Lauren North, author of The Perfect Betrayal

Blooming fantastic superb one hell of a rollercoaster ride.’ Beady Jans Books, 5 stars

OMGgripping… will have you guessing until the very endWOW incredible… sure to have you on the edge of your seat.’ Baker's Not So Secret Blog, 5 stars

Wow, and wow again.I really, really loved thismind-blowing.’ Nicki’s Life of Crime, 5 stars

Hooked and completely gripped from the very first page to the unexpected twist that I definitely didn't see coming.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars

OMG!!!!!Awesome. I loved, loved, loved that ending… a head-banger of a twist.’ Blue Moon Blogger, 5 stars


Genre: Mystery

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