A gripping novel about secrets that won't stay buried in the past, which inspired the major 2013 ITV drama of the same name.
'Got out hearts racing, our minds boggling and us page-turning like there's no tomorrow' Heat
'An instantly involving psychological thriller' Telegraph
Read the gripping, emotional thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author Dorothy Koomson.
Serena and Poppy were teenagers when they were branded as the Ice Cream Girls.
When they were accused of murder, one of them was sent to prison while the other was set free.
Now, 20 years later, one of them is doing all she can to clear her name and the other is frantically trying to keep her secrets.
Absolutely fantastic. From the first page you'll be desperate to know exactly what happened - The Sun
A powerful departure from the usual frothy chick-lit, this beautifully written novel will hook you from the start - Closer
Another moving and thought-provoking read, this lives up to expectations - Cosmopolitan
Gripping, thought-provoking and ultimately heart-warming - She
Incredibly gripping, **** - Now
Unputdownable is a word that's bandied around a lot, but we seriously dare you to try and prise yourself away from this one - Company
Dorothy Koomson is the award-winning author of fifteen novels including the Sunday Times bestsellers My Best Friend's Girl, The Ice Cream Girls and Goodnight, Beautiful. Dorothy's novels have been translated into over 30 languages, and a TV adaptation based on The Ice Cream Girls was shown on ITV1 in 2013. After briefly living in Australia, Dorothy now lives in Brighton.