'Fantastically good - dark yet compellingly upbeat, and insanely suspenseful ... even the twists have twists.' LEE CHILD
'Dark, compulsive, full of OMG moments. If you think you know where it's going... YOU DON'T. This is one you won't forget in a hurry.' LISA JEWELL
YOUR CHILD IS MISSING.
She was only six years old when she disappeared. Posters went up, the police investigated.
But no one could find her.
Now, twelve years later, she's home.
And knocking at your door.
You're so happy to see her. But soon you start to wonder why she can't answer your questions.
Where has she been? How did she find her way home?
And who is she?
S. K. Barnett is a pseudonym for a New York Times bestselling author whose previous thriller novel Derailed was turned into a major motion picture featuring Jennifer Anniston and Clive Owen. He lives in New York State with his family.
'... a twisty and tense exploration of family secrets, survival, and the often blurred lines between fantasy and reality and predator and prey... Readers will likely think they know where this runaway train is headed, making the final twists that much more surprising… A creepy and darkly addictive thriller.'
'Beautifully crafted as you would expect - Barnett is a pseudonym for an unidentified bestselling author - it piles revelation upon revelation with devastating effect, leaving the reader gasping. If you think you can predict what's going to happen, think again. It is that good.'
The Daily Mail