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Publisher's Summary

The gripping new thriller from the best-selling author of Saving Sophie.

Stephanie is scared for her life. Her psychologist, Connie Summers, wants to help her face her fears, but Connie will never really understand her. Stephanie's past has been wiped away for her own protection. Stephanie isn't even her real name. But then, Dr Summers isn't Connie's real name either.

And that's not all the women have in common. As Stephanie opens up about her troubled relationship with her brother, Connie is forced to confront her own dark family secrets.

When a mutilated body is dumped in plain sight, it will have devastating consequences for both women.

Who is the victim?

Who is to blame?

Who is next?

Gripping and tense, Bad Sister will have fans of Sue Fortin, B A Paris and Linda Green hooked till the final moment.

©2017 Sam Carrington (P)2017 HarperCollins Publishers

Critic Reviews

"A gripping exploration of twisted family secrets." (Cass Green, author of The Woman Next Door)
"A gripping crime thriller that keeps you guessing right to the end." (Sue Fortin, author of Sister Sister)

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  • NJS
  • 03-02-2018

Not worth your time/credit

Simpering narrator voice tells the story for annoying characters in a convoluted story. This book is amateurish.

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  • Bill Schuman
  • 17-01-2018

Hackneyed Jumbled Mess

Thick accent, story grates along a tedious story line told in a sloppy manner with a futile attempt at intrigue.

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  • L. Cox
  • 01-04-2018

Overlong.

Not terribly well written or especially well read. Could have been a much shorter book without spoiling it. Not one I'll listen to again.

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  • Homermoog
  • 11-05-2018

Too long

Not a bad story but I didn’t care about the characters , who were shallow and one-dimensional. Annoying narration.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-05-2018

disappointing

The naration is too slow. it doesn't flow well. A disappointing listen when the book was so good.

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  • The Messypig
  • 17-04-2018

Its beginning to drag now....

Have to be honest - I nearly returned this one as the narration has driven me to distraction. Accents are dreadful and the phrasing is over dramatic. However just when I thought I couldn't listen to it anymore, the story seemed to buck up.
So I have stuck with it
But it is dragging on and on - I want to know what is going to happen but I still have 2 hours to go..........
Will keep going but will probably avoid this author and narrator in future.

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  • MrsDraWoo
  • 26-03-2018

solid book

A good story very well performed. Despite being a psychologist Connie was written as a normal flawed human, not constantly analysing herself unlike other literary counsellors! I enjoyed the story although the end felt somewhat rushed. The threads were revealed at a steady pace throughout but it seemed like the word count was suddenly restricted for the tail end of the book. Worth a credit though.