Madison Attallee, ex-police officer turned Private Investigator, returns to solve a missing-daughter case that is not as it might seem . . .
Last night I betrayed my husband.
This morning my daughter disappeared.
My husband may have forgiven my first mistake. But he will never forget this.
And so I have to find her.
Before it's too late. For all of us.
Cracking thriller and a great female protagonist. Swearing, smoking, rock-music loving (and not neurotic or passive!) My kind of woman. - C.J. Tudor, author of The Chalk Man
I was swept away by this punchy, pacy thriller with its sharp characterisation and confident plotting. Idevoured it in a single day. I particularly loved Madison's fabulously chain-smoking, hyper-feminine sharpness. There were so many things done well here - the presentation of domestic abuse, dysfunctional families, the uneven dynamic of female friendships that border on bullying - so much to enjoy. So looking forward to the next one. - Helen Callaghan, author of Dear Amy
Tough and uncompromising, I, Witness had me totally gripped. I'm looking forward to hearing more from PI Madison Attalee. - Alex Lake, author of Killing Kate, After Anna and Copy Cat
An absolutely gripping thriller founded on the horror of familial abuse and a great, flawed, female PI. There will be more Madison Attalee, I hope. - Dame Jenni Murray
Totally engaging, fast-paced and edgy ... completely captivating. I, Witness kept me guessing till the very end. Pick this book up if you're after a page-turner with attitude. - Elle Croft, author of The Guilty Wife
I couldn't put I,Witness down. A hugely accomplished novel with a dark, sad story at its heart - the characters are so well drawn that I felt every twist along with them as Mackay expertly manipulates the reader. With a wonderful, chain-smoking and perfume-spraying private detective driving the narrative, this is a 2018 must-read. - Phoebe Morgan, author of The Doll House
Cutting-edge gripping. - Sam King, author of The Choice
Had me hooked within two pages, it has every bit as much appeal as some of the bestsellers of the last few years, like Girl on the Train. - Robert Scragg, author of What Falls Between the Cracks