Surviving the weekend depends on whether you can keep a secret . . .
Lindsey hasn't spoken to Rachel in twenty years, not since her brother's eighteenth birthday party at their parents' remote country house.
A night that shattered so many friendships - and left Rachel's father dead.
Now Thornbury Hall is up for sale, and the old gang are back there, together again.
A weekend to say goodbye to the old place, to talk about the past.
But twenty years of secrets aren't given up lightly. Some won't speak about what happened that night.
While others want to ensure that no one ever does.
*One of Red Magazine's Top Ten Crime Reads for Autumn*
Praise for Karen Perry
'Keeps us guessing until the very last page' Liz Nugent
'Intense psychological thrillers that explore emotional danger with relentless, surgical accuracy' Tana French
'Like Gone Girl . . . The most gripping thing I've read for ages' Evening Standard
- Published 24th August 2017
- 400 Pages
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