Under Your Skin is a gripping psychological thriller in which nothing can be assumed, and no one should be trusted.
This morning, I found a body. Soon the police will arrest me for murder. And after that, my life will fall apart.
Gaby Mortimer is the woman who has it all. But everything changes when she finds a body on the common near her home.
Because the evidence keeps leading back to her.
And the police seem sure she's guilty.
Under Your Skin is an unpredictable, exquisitely twisty story, which proves that there are only three rules in life that mean anything:
Believe no one.
A thrilling whodunnit...will keep you gripped and guessing till the very end. Is it - dare we say - the new Gone Girl? - Grazia
Warning: you won't want to put this down...a series of clever twists lead to a stunning ending. - Look
Under Your Skin rapidly unravels into a maelstrom of tension and paranoia, as Durrant draws a disturbing picture of how easy it is for even the most perfect life to implode... if the mark of a good thriller is the compulsion to reread it immediately on finishing, to see if the clues can be spotted second time round, then Under Your Skin has it, in spades. - Observer
You'll be glued to every page of this pacy, clever and gripping novel. - Closer
This has all the authority of the best novels by Nicci French...We need thriller writers who can reinvigorate the genre and [Durrant] may be able to do just that. - Daily Express
More twists than a rollercoaster. - Good Housekeeping
Packed with suspense from the offset... guaranteed to keep you guessing right until the very end. - Red
Twists and turns through a beautifully controlled plot, hiding nothing yet constantly springing surprises. - The Times