A policewoman suffering amnesia must find the truth about her own violent kidnapping - in a thrilling crime debut as smartly gripping as Susie Steiner's Missing Presumed and Belinda Bauer's Snap.
IF YOU CAN'T REMEMBER WHO TRIED TO KILL YOU, HOW WILL YOU FIND THEM?
'A beautifully written debut' Daily Mail
'One hell of a debut.' Heat
'Crime as it should be written...gripping, addictive, a thrill of a ride.' Jo Spain, international bestseller
Waking up, she couldn't remember anything. Who she was. Who had taken her. How to escape.
Detective Abigail Boone has been missing for four days when she is finally found, confused and broken. Suffering retrograde amnesia, she is a stranger to her despairing husband and bewildered son.
Hopelessly lost in her own life, with no leads on her abduction, Boone's only instinct is to revisit the case she was investigating when she vanished: the baffling disappearance of a young woman, Sarah Still.
Defying her family and the police, Boone obsessively follows a deadly trail to the darkest edges of human cruelty. But even if she finds Sarah, will Boone ever be the same again?
'A great story told with real poise' Simon Kernick, Sunday Times bestseller
'A book that grabs you and refuses to let go till the very end' Alex Gray
'I loved it...It's taut, beautifully written and at some points the tension is almost too much to bear.' Harriet Tyce
'An astonishing debut' Woman's Own
'A smart, distinctive debut' Sunday Mirror
'I really loved this...a twisting, heart-wrenching story with wonderfully vivid characters' Claire McGowan
It's gripping, addictive, a thrill of a ride. This is crime as it should be written. One of the best, original introductions of a protagonist I've read - Jo Spain, international number one bestseller
A great story told with real poise - Simon Kernick, Sunday Times number one bestseller
A beautifully written debut...Never afraid of portraying the bleakness of the human soul, this is a
moving story, poignantly told. - Daily Mail
A smart, distinctive debut - Sunday Mirror
An astonishing debut - Woman's Own
This powerhouse novel is not for the fragile-hearted, but if you like your crime visceral...this is one hell of a debut. - Heat
I really loved this...a twisting, heart-wrenching story with wonderfully vivid characters - Claire McGowan
I loved it. Boone is such a compelling character. It's taut, beautifully written and at some points the tension is almost too much to bear - Harriet Tyce