'Conjures an atmosphere of quiet menace' Daily Mail
IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT TO UNRAVEL A PERFECT LIFE . . .
When Grace’s fiancé vanishes without a trace the night after proposing, her life is turned upside down. But has Nick walked out on her, or is he in danger?
As Grace desperately searches for answers, it soon becomes clear that Nick wasn’t the uncomplicated man she thought she knew. And when she uncovers a hidden tragedy from his childhood, she realises an awful truth: that you can run from your past – but your secrets will always catch up with you . . .
YOUR FAVOURITE AUTHORS ARE RAVING ABOUT THE NIGHT YOU LEFT . . .
'Congratulations Emma Curtis on another breathtakingly brilliant thriller . . . Psychological suspense at its best' Nuala Ellwood, author of The Day of the Accident
'So addictive and compulsive . . . Clever, unpredictable and beautifully written. I loved it!' Claire Douglas, author of Local Girl Missing
'Filled with drama and twists that exploded on to the page at every turn. Another fantastic psychological suspense by Emma Curtis' Lauren North, author of The Perfect Betrayal
'A tense and twisted read' Sarah Vaughan, author of Anatomy of a Scandal
'Another deeply satisfying read from Emma Curtis . . . I couldn't put it down' Amanda Robson, author of Obsession
'A truly fantastic psychological suspense novel' Rachel Edwards, author of Darling
"Congratulations Emma Curtis on another breathtakingly brilliant thriller. The Night You Left had me gripped from the first page and left me questioning everything I thought I knew. Psychological suspense at its best."
"So addictive and compulsive . . . Clever, unpredictable and beautifully written. The ending was a brilliant shock! I loved it."
"The tension and pace had me hooked! Filled with drama and twists that exploded on to the page at every turn. The Night You Left is a tense and gripping novel . . . I couldn't stop reading. Another fantastic psychological suspense by Emma Curtis."
"A tense and twisted read. Rattles along at a good pace with villains aplenty and false leads."
"Deft, tense, serpentine and completely gripping."