A gripping, twisty story of adultery and scandal from the bestselling author of Our House.
'Tense, twisty and completely addictive' Good Housekeeping
'A nail-biter until the very last pages' Daily Express
Some secrets are too dangerous to share . . .
When Emily Marr begins an affair with her married neighbour, the celebrated surgeon Arthur Woodhall, she has no idea of the tragedy and scandal their actions will cause. With shattering speed, she becomes the object of a media witchhunt, her only choice to change her identity and vanish.
Soon after, Tabby Dewhurst arrives on the Ile de Re in France, estranged from her family and unable to afford even a room for the night. By chance, she meets Emmie Mason, whose offer of friendship is at odds with her obsession with privacy. As Tabby sinks deeper into Emmie's strange, hidden world, she begins to form suspicions - suspicions that will lead her back to England and to a revelation so shocking she must question everything she knows.
Praise for Louise Candlish:
'Twists the knife right up to the very final page' Ruth Ware
'Addictive, twisty and oh so terrifyingly possible' Clare Mackintosh
'Terrifically twisty . . . hooks from the first page' Sunday Times
'Louise Candlish is a great writer; she inhaled me into her nightmarish world where everything we think we know is ripped from under our feet' Fiona Barton
'Keeps you guessing to the end - and beyond' Stylist
'Candlish's writing draws you in immediately' Heat
'A master of her craft' Rosamund Lupton
'A well-crafted story of scandal, identity and infidelity' Sunday Mirror
'Not afraid to tackle darker issues . . . moving and thought-provoking' Daily Mail
Tense, twisty and completely addictive, The Disappearance of Emily Marr will keep you guessing right until the end... - Good Housekeeping
A story of scandal and tragedy it's a nail-biter until the very last pages - Daily Express
Wait for the genius twist at the end. - Look Magazine
A well-crafted story of scandal, identity and infidelity, this is a thoroughly enjoyable read - Sunday Mirror
A story of secrets scandal and tragedy - France Magazine
A master of her craft - Rosamund Lupton