You watched your son kill a man. You don't know why he did it. But you have the chance to fix it . . .
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'A genre-defining masterpiece . . . An instant classic' HOLLY SEDDON
'An extraordinary novel. Intricately plotted, beautifully written and impossible to put down' BETH O'LEARY
Late October. After midnight. You're waiting up for your son. He's late.
As you watch from the window, he emerges, and you realise he isn't alone: he's walking towards a man, and he's armed.
You can't believe it when you see him do it: your funny, happy teenage son, he kills a stranger, right there on the street outside your house.
You don't know who. You don't know why.
You only know your son is now in custody. His future lost.
That night you fall asleep in despair. All is lost. Until you wake . . .
. . . and it is yesterday.
And then you wake again . . .
. . . and it is the day before yesterday.
Every morning you wake up a day earlier, another day before the murder. Somewhere in the past lies an answer.
The trigger for this crime - and your only chance to fix the future and save your son . . .
PRAISE FOR GILLIAN MCALLISTER:
'Gillian McAllister just gets better and better' CLAIRE MACKINTOSH
'Like watching a gripping, claustrophobic box set' CLAIRE DOUGLAS
'If Jodi Picoult wrote thrillers, they would look like this' ROSAMUND LUPTON
'Clever, pacy and so gripping that my heart raced' C.L. TAYOR
'Any writer can keep you turning the pages - few can make you care this much' ERIN KELLY
'The queen of the moral dilemma' HOLLY SEDDON
An extraordinary novel. Intricately plotted, beautifully written and impossible to put down. This is a Groundhog Day thriller lived and told backwards, which is such an incredibly smart concept - but Wrong Place, Wrong Time is not just clever, it's heart-wrenching and full of emotion too. McAllister is a writer at the absolute top of her game
A genre-defining masterpiece that turns everything you think you know about crime, family and memory on its head. I'm so jealous of everybody who gets to read this for the first time. An instant classic
The Sunday Times bestselling author talks about her sources of inspiration, her writing process and the origin story of her new book, That Night.