From the Sunday Times bestselling author of THE FRIEND comes a one-of-a-kind love story . . . with a dangerous twist.
Tamia Challey is horrified when her husband, Scott, is accused of something terrible - but when she discovers who his accuser is, everything goes into free fall. Backed into a corner and unsure what to think, Tamia is forced to choose who she instinctively believes. But this choice has dire consequences for all concerned, especially when matters take a tragic turn.
Then a stranger arrives in town to sprinkle rose petals in the sea in memory of her lost loved one. This stranger carries with her shocking truths that will change the lives of everyone she meets, and will once again force Tamia to make some devastating choices . . .
Liked The Ice Cream Girls? You'll love this - Cosmopolitan
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 - Sun
Pacy and compelling, the twists and turns come thick and fast with a surprise round every corner... a must-read - Heat
Fast-moving, and compelling. - Sunday Mirror
Full of mystery and intrigue, it's a book that will grip you from the very start. - Take a Break
A powerful thriller about a woman's life unravelling... we were hooked from the start - Company
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 - Woman
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.