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December 11, 2016



Your teenage girl is missing. Is your daughter involved, or is she the next?

Your daughter is in danger. But can you trust her?

Karen Finch’s seventeen-year-old daughter Sophie arrives home after a night out, drunk and accompanied by police officers.
Twelve hours later, Sophie’s friend Amy has still not returned home. Then the body of a young woman is found.
As Karen becomes convinced that Sophie is not only involved but also in danger, she must confront her own anxieties to stop whoever killed one young girl moving on to another – Sophie.
A taut psychological thriller, perfect for fans of The Girl on the Train and I Let You Go.
Police officers found Sophie drunk and wandering on her own along a main road, after a night out with her friends. The police took seventeen-year-old Sophie home to her mother.
Karen Finch, Sophie’s mother needs to know if Sophie was with Amy as Amy’s mother is worried because Amy failed arrive home.
DI Lindsay Wade knew the description of a dead young girl fits the description of Amy who had been reported as missing. A twist here will have readers shocked to find out why the description of the dead girl fitted the description of Sophie’s friend Amy.  It is DI  Lindsay Wades duty to question every one in the group that was out drinking in the White Hart Pub and to find the killer of who killed one of the girls of the group.
I have had this proof copy for months and only now just got round to reading it. I highly recommend this fascinating psychological thriller.
Published by harper collins



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  1. I’ve heard nothing but great things about this book.

  2. I would certainly read more books by Sam Carrington

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