The compulsive thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Everything but the Truth and Anything You Do Say. You'd trust your sister with your life. But should you?'Horribly plausible, unbearably tense' Sunday Mirror'Addictive, clever, twisty.
McAllister's best book yet' SunThe police say she's guilty. She insists she's innocent. She's your sister.
You love her. You trust her. But they say she killed the person you care about most.
Martha last saw her sister when she left her babysitting. Now, she's watching Becky stand trial for murder. They are on opposite sides of the courtroom, hearing evidence that's meant to finally bring the truth to light.
What happened that night? And does Martha really want to know?_________________'I read it in a breathless day and a half - I loved every page, every character, every twist and turn' Lisa Jewell (Then She Was Gone)'A perfectly plotted courtroom drama and an emotional roller-coaster in one book' Grazia 'Kept me glued to every page' Good Housekeeping'Clever, compelling. You won't be able to put it down' Prima'One of the best courtroom dramas I've ever read' Cara Hunter (Close to Home) 'I loved this gripping and thought-provoking read' B A Paris (Behind Closed Doors)'I'm still wrestling with the brilliantly written dilemma at its heart' Fiona Barton (The Child) 'Intelligent. Compulsive.
Heart-wrenching' Jane Corry (The Dead Ex)'Ingeniously constructed, with cliff-hanging suspense' Louise Candlish (Our House) 'The verdict - lock me up so I can read it again! Unforgettable' Liz Lawler (Don't Wake Up)'One of the most gripping and moving books I've ever read' Holly Seddon (Try Not to Breathe)'Original, beautifully written and moving. Perfect' Claire Douglas (Last Seen Alive)'A truly original thriller you won't be able to put down' Paula Daly (The Mistake I Made)'Grippy and compelling but also nuanced, insightful and sad' Tammy Cohen (They All Fall Down)