Rebecca Reid

Two Wrongs
  • Two Wrongs

  • 'A perfectly paced and beautifully observed story of betrayal, guilt and regret. I really did race through it.' Emma Curtis, author of Keep Her Quiet

    How far would you go to correct your worst mistake?

    When Chloe goes to university and meets wild, carefree Zadie, she is utterly seduced by her and her lifestyle. It doesn't take long for Chloe to ditch her studies in favour of all-night parties at Zadie's huge house off campus.

    But when something goes badly wrong one night and Zadie disappears in the aftermath, Chloe knows she should have done more to help her friend. It's something she'll always regret.

    Fifteen years later, Chloe finally gets the chance to make it right. But in order to do so, she'll have to put everything at stake . . .

    Praise for Rebecca Reid:

    'Will haunt you long after you've finished' Jane Corry
    'A shocker of an ending' Emma Curtis
    'Rebecca Reid is a master of building tension' Phoebe Morgan
    'Disturbing and brilliant' Lauren North

Rebecca is the digital editor of Grazia magazine. She is a columnist for the Telegraph Women’s section, and has written for Metro Online, Marie Claire, the Guardian, the Saturday Telegraph, the Independent, Stylist, Glamour, the iPaper, Indy100, LOOK and the New Statesmen amongst others. Rebecca is a regular contributor to Sky News and ITV’s Good Morning Britain as well as appearing on This Morning, Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, LBC, Channel Five News, The World At One and the BBC World Service to discuss her work. She graduated from Royal Holloway’s Creative Writing MA in 2015, her debut novel Perfect Liars published in 2018 and Truth Hurts is her second. Rebecca lives London with her husband.


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