A sinister thriller exploring the aftermath of a fatal car crash, perfect for fans of Sabine Durrant and Liz Nugent.
'Immersive, compulsive and gripping' C. L. Taylor
Things will never be the same again...
Ben is driving on the motorway, on his usual commute to the school where he works.
A day like any other, except for Adam, who in a last despairing act jumps in front of Ben's car, and in killing himself, turns the teacher's world upside down.
Wracked with guilt and desperate to clear his conscience, Ben develops a friendship with Alice, Adam's widow, and her 7-year-old son Max.
But as he tries to escape the trauma of the wreckage, could Ben go too far in trying to make amends?
Gripping and sinister, THE WRECKAGE is guaranteed to keep you up all night...
The tension builds beautifully and the twist hits you like a ten-ton truck. - Mail on Sunday
It doesn't feel like a first novel at all, it's written with the confidence of someone several books into their writing career. I absolutely loved Alice and her sarcasm. It's a great original idea, and the style reminded me in parts of authors like Clare Mackintosh, TM Logan and Mark Edwards. - John Marrs, author of THE ONE
This thriller is so gripping because it could happen to anyone. The Wreckage is original, intelligent and utterly compelling. I loved it. - Matt Lucas
I was completely gripped from the very first page. I absolutely loved - and loathed - the slow, steady unfolding of your worst nightmare relationship. Robin Morgan-Bentley is a master of hold-your-breath suspense. - Mel B
This is a terrifying psychological thriller - credible & gut-wrenching. It takes scary to a new level. We are cunningly forced into the pit of obsession. Completely successful, an exciting new writer. I loved it. - Miriam Margoyles
Gripping with a great twist! - Harriet Tyce, author of Blood Orange
Superb characterisation and a devilish twist that took me completely by surprise. - Mark Edwards
Immersive, compulsive and gripping. - C.L. Taylor