The Missing Pieces of Sophie McCarthy is a gripping, impossible-to-put-down exploration of betrayal and revenge.
'Intriguing, compelling. Impossible to put down and irresistibly good' Liane Moriarty
She's the victim. But is she innocent?
Sophie McCarthy is known for her determination, ambition and brilliance at work. She's tough, but only because she wants to get the best out of people.
Aidan Ryan is strong, honourable, and a family man. He's tough too; the army requires it.
When these two strangers are brought together in a devastating incident, Sophie's life is left in ruins. Her family wants to see Aidan pay for what he did.
Aidan's prepared to sacrifice everything - including his marriage and his child - to fix the mess he's made.
But some things can't be fixed, and Sophie is not at all what she first appeared . . .
'Sucked me in from the first page. The characters were intriguing, the plot thrilling and the writing effortless. I will be telling everyone I know to read this book' Sally Hepworth, bestselling author of The Family Next Door
'What starts as an intricate, multi-narrator domestic drama slowly reveals its secrets to become something much darker indeed' Heat
'Utterly compelling with complex and real characters, and echoes of both Liane Moriarty and Charity Norman. A completely gripping and emotional page-turner' Lucy Clarke, bestselling author of You Let Me In
'Very well written and suspenseful with characters to believe in. I thoroughly enjoyed it' Lisa Ballantyne, bestselling author of Little Liar
Such an intriguing, compelling novel. Impossible to put down and irresistibly good
Sucked me in from the first page. The characters were intriguing, the plot thrilling and the writing effortless. It has been a long time since a book engaged me like this. I will be telling everyone I know to read this book
Very well written and suspenseful with characters to believe in; it was deeply psychological and I thoroughly enjoyed it
Praise for B M Carroll
A cast of warm, engaging characters in a sparkling story that crosses the globe between Ireland and Australia. I enjoyed every page of this touching, authentic novel
A clever eye for characterisation and story
With all the humour and empathy of Binchy, Carroll captures the conflicts and compromises women make