'Gripping' The Times____________ Long ago, Carl Feldman was acquitted of murder. Now he lives alone in Texas with a few fading memories. Until the day his daughter arrives and takes him away.
Only she's not his daughter . . .
This woman is sure Carl's a murderer, and that he's killed others. Including her sister Rachel. Now they're visiting old crime scenes to see if Carl remembers any of it.
To discover what happened to Rachel. Has Carl really forgotten what he did or is he only pretending? Has this young woman made a terrible mistake? Because if Carl really is a serial killer, she's in a very bad place . .
. ____________'Wonderful . .
. creepy . .
. a work of art' Sunday Express'A beautifully written and extraordinary book' Sophie Hannah 'Strong characterisation, haunting images, a wonderful sense of place . .
. well worth the read' Guardian'Utterly compelling . .
. the writing is mesmeric' Ali Land, Sunday Times bestselling author of Good Me Bad Me'This book haunted me . .
. The writing is beautiful and chilling, laced with a subtle dark humour, and the multiple twists build to a perfect icy shiver of an ending. I loved it!' C.
J. Tudor, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Chalk Man 'A rich hybrid work that's at once a zany dialogue-propelled town-hander, a murder mystery, a road trip, a pair of psychological case studies and a meditation on photography' Sunday Times Paperback Round Up'My crime novel of 2018. It's a stunning page turner of a book which kept me gripped throughout.
It's a book that has stayed with me beyond the last chapter and I'm recommending it to everyone' Jo Jakeman, author of Sticks and Stones