By Berry, Flynn
'A THRILLING PAGE-TURNER' Paula Hawkins 'SHOCKING AND SATISFYING' New York Times, Editor's Choice 'WHAT A BOOK!' Clare Mackintosh 'BEAUTIFULLY PACED AND SATISFYINGLY OMINOUS' Observer Some wounds need more than time. They crave revenge. Claire's father is a privileged man: the pr...oduct of an aristocratic lineage, surrounded by a group of devoted friends who would do anything for him. But when he becomes the prime suspect in a horrific attack on Claire's mother fate and privilege collide, and a scandal erupts. Claire's father disappears overnight, his car abandoned, blood on the front seat. Thirty years after that hellish night, Claire is obsessed with uncovering the truth, and she knows that the answer is safeguarded by the same friends who all those years before had answered the call to protect one of their own. They know where Claire's father is. They helped him escape. And it's time they met her fury. 'Mesmerisingly effective' The Sunday Times | 'A compulsive page-turner' Daily Mail | 'A whodunit and a damning dissection on class and privilege too. Fans of Elizabeth Day's The Party will love this' Sarra Manning, Red Online | 'Psychological suspense has a new reigning queen' New York Journal of BooksRead more
FLYNN BERRY is a graduate of the Michener Center and has been awarded a Yaddo residency. She graduated from Brown University. Her first novel, UNDER THE HARROW, was awarded the Edgar Award for Best First Novel and was called 'a triumph' (Sunday Times) and 'thrilling' (New York Times). Her follow-up, A DOUBLE LIFE, was praised by Paula Hawkins and Clare Mackintosh among others and was called 'blistering' (New York Times) and 'shocking' (Guardian). Her third novel, NORTHERN SPY, is set in Northern Ireland. She lives in California.
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