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Publisher's Summary

The breathtakingly twisty new thriller - guaranteed to shock and surprise. 

I’m alive. But I can’t be saved....

When a woman’s body is found submerged in icy water, police are shocked to find she is alive. But she won’t disclose her name or what happened to her - even when a second body is discovered. And then she disappears from her hospital bed. 

Detectives Adrian Miles and Imogen Grey follow their only lead to the home of the Corrigans, looking for answers. But the more they dig into the couple’s lives, the less they understand about them. 

What’s their connection to the body in the river? 

Why have other people they know been hurt or vanished? 

And can they discover the dark truth of their marriage before it’s too late? 

Smart, shocking and twisty - perfect for fans of Cara Hunter and Karin Slaughter.

©2019 Katerina Diamond (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • Jaye22
  • 08-08-2021

*Harrowing & Compelling*

DS Adrian Miles is driving by a group of women who seem to be huddled by the water and something about the way they are grouped together makes him stop the car. He investigates to find something suspicious in the water. On closer inspection he realises it’s a woman probably drowned. As he is calling it in she moves.

Now this case is about to get personal for Adrian and in the worst possible way. In the meantime DS Imogen is trying to understand why he is acting like a stranger has possessed his body. All the time she could never, ever imagine how much worse things are for him.

As they delve deeper into this case the shocks start to reveal themselves, the perpetrator at the heart of this case seems to be untouchable and because it involves domestic violence which is how Adrian grew up there is so much more going on and no one is talking, those that do disappear!!!

So much more to say but I do not want to give anymore away. This case will leave you reeling right to the end!!! I could not put it down.

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  • Nicisan
  • 28-04-2021

Sensitive issues, really well written.

Good story, great sub plot line with Adrian, done really sensitively. I love stevie lacey as a narrator but the Welsh accents were not good! Doesn't distract from the well written, captivating story though.

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  • Claire Morrison
  • 06-01-2021

An amazing, amazing book

This book will stay with me for a long time - not only exciting and full of twists and characters you feel you know but parts of the story made such an impression on me, I will never forget it. I know that sounds OTT but this is a brilliantly written book - shocking and thought-provoking. The narration is also first class which makes is such a huge factor in an audio-book.

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  • Mrs C
  • 16-04-2020

No real plot

Loved the earlier books, this in comparison was very poor. No page turning plot.

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  • Andromeda's Twin
  • 21-01-2020

Disappointing but great ending

I was disappointed with this one, it seems mostly to revolve around Adrian, he gets far too emotionally involved in this case due to the issues with his parents when he was growing up, he gets more involved (in a violent way) later in the story, but this adds very little to the story and only shows the reader what we already know : That Mr Corrigan is a very nasty man! And also answers the questions as to ''how does anybody come by that much power?'' Although this does enlighten Adrian a little, as to why many victims fail to co-operate with the police which is of some value to the story.

The interplay between Imogen and Adrian was annoying, from both sides, I wanted to bang their heads together, I really did.

The Angela POV parts are also really annoying as they basically just repeat what you've just heard (or read) and her habit of referring to Reece (Mr Corrigan) as 'R' is really aggravating. It only adds to the story right at the end, when you learn what you've already figured out.

Stevie Lacey does a good job with the narration as usual except for the random and bizarre (bad) welsh accents that pop up so frequently throughout the story.

All in all, it's a good solid story, well written as usual but, and it's a big BUT, it's nowhere near what I what expecting and hoping for from this sixth book.

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