Who knew her secret? And what happened that night? 'I loved it, those twists!' B A Paris, Sunday Times bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors and The Dilemma 'A cracking page-turner' Cara Hunter, Sunday Times bestselling author of All the Rage On the hottest day of the year, Caroline Harvey is found dead in Suffolk. Her body is left draped over a cot - but the baby she was looking after is missing. Hundreds of miles away, Siobhan Dillon is on a luxurious family holiday in France when her husband, Callum, is arrested by French police on suspicion of murder.
As Siobhan's perfect family is torn apart by the media in the nation's frantic search for the missing baby, she desperately tries to piece together how Callum knew Caroline. What happened that night? Was Caroline as innocent as she seemed - or was she hiding a secret of her own? The thrilling new book from the number one digital bestselling author of The Doll House and The Girl Next Door. Praise for The Babysitter: 'I loved it, those twists!' B A Paris 'A cracking page-turner from Phoebe Morgan' Cara Hunter 'Fast-moving.
Addictive. And all too possible' Jane Corry 'This chilling thriller is packed with tension and twists!' My Weekly 'Smart, suspenseful and oh so twisty' Victoria Selman 'Another brilliant read - possibly my favourite of hers yet. Tense, twisty and gripping.
I was NOT expecting that twist!' Claire Allan 'Everything I love in a crime novel - a race-against-time mystery full of betrayal, divided loyalties, dubious men and relationships strained to breaking point. Hugely enjoyable and impossible to put down' Jane Casey 'Smart and sophisticated... This is a dark, chilling thriller oozing with secrets, betrayals and twists' John Marrs 'A tense, smart thriller about betrayal, loyalty and the lengths people will go to to protect their carefully constructed lives.
The suspense builds beautifully on every page until the final killer twist' Niki Mackay 'SO addictive with a clever and twisty storyline that was impossible to guess. I had a lump in my throat at times too. And that ending! Loved it!' Claire Douglas