I Died on a Tuesday

I Died on a Tuesday

Summary

'A compelling and emotional thriller. I loved it!' Claire Douglas
'Gripping and multilayered, I couldn’t put this down' Sarah Pearse
'A clever, twisty story with a huge heart at its core' Andrea Mara

THERE’S THE STORY EVERYONE BELIEVES . . .

The victim: Eighteen-year-old Janie leaving home for a new life.
The criminal: World-famous rockstar, Robbie, who harbours a shocking secret.
The protector: Witness support officer, Vanessa, desperate to right the wrongs of her past.

They tried to bury that fateful day. Now it’s back to haunt them.

. . . AND THEN THERE’S THE TRUTH.

Praise for Jane Corry:

'Compelling and deliciously dark' Claire Douglas
'Consistently enthralling stories about the dark side of family life' Peter James
'Grips with menace yet touches the heart' Nicci French
'A must-read' B.A. Paris
'Few writers can match Jane Corry' Cara Hunter

Reviews

  • A gripping and emotional thriller about dark family secrets coming back to haunt you. I loved it!
    Claire Douglas

About the author

Jane Corry


Jane Corry
is a former magazine journalist who spent three years working as the writer-in-residence at a high security men's prison. This often hair-raising experience helped inspire her Sunday Times-bestselling psychological dramas, of which she has now sold over a million copies worldwide. Jane is a regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph and My Weekly magazine.
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