YOUR BEST FRIEND IS MISSING, AND NIGHT IS CLOSING IN . . .
THE STUNNING PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER PERFECT FOR THE LONG WINTER NIGHTS
'An edge-of-your-seat, suspense-filled psychological thriller' 5***** READER REVIEW
'I read it almost in one sitting . . . Totally compulsive' SABINE DURRANT
'Nail-biting . . . Had me glued to the page' 5***** READER REVIEW
Fiona travels out to a tiny, isolated island in Orkney to visit her best friend.
But when she arrives, Madison is missing.
How well did Fiona really know her best friend?
And is her own life now in danger?
'Heart-stopping thrills against the backdrop of poignant human relationships and dilemmas' 5***** Reader Review
'Had me hooked from the very first paragraph . . . an atmospheric and riveting read' 5***** Reader Review
Praise for Helen Callaghan:
'Riveting' Sunday Times
'A tense plot, imaginative twists, and smart writing' Julia Heaberlin, bestselling author of Black-Eyed Susans
I read it almost in one sitting. It's so good, such a wonderfully evocative setting and a plot that drives through as relentlessly as that Orkney rain. I love how she completely conveys the world of the archaeological dig, and her characters are so carefully drawn, so that you never quite know who to like, who to trust - very clever. It's totally compulsive
A masterclass in tension, coupled with the most atmospheric of settings
A gripping, atmospheric and dark thriller
Extremely gripping . . . a cleverly observed book about female friendship
Included in 'This Week's Hot Read'
Praise for Dear Amy
A terrific, tricky premise and the suspense thriller readers hope for - a tense plot, imaginative twists, and smart writing
An accomplished psychological twister
Helen Callaghan, author of the bestselling thriller Dear Amy, talks about the difficulty and challenges of writing the second novel