The author of The Camera Lies “intrigu[es] her readers with murder and mayhem . . . some surprising and unexpected reading” (By the Letter Book Reviews).
Rory Norton didn’t always make his living as a motorbike instructor, and he went to great lengths to leave his past life behind, to start again.
He thought he had succeeded until the body of a missing woman is discovered under the floor of his cottage. Only then do the guilt and shame of his wife’s mysterious, untimely death and the accusations about his connection to the missing woman combine to break him.
The question is not how the missing woman died but why—and who is responsible?
Sometimes the truth stinks.
“A gripping psychological thriller that had me glued to my kindle.”—Katie’s Book Cave
“An outstanding and witty novel with one of the most jaw-dropping conclusions I have read in a while. What a belter of a book!”—The Writing Garnet
“An excellent psychological thriller and it took me just a few hours to read, it is definitely one that grips you!”—Donna’s Book Blog
“Well thought out and well-written.”—Cheekypee Reads and Reviews
“A wonderfully refreshing, clever read.”—Nicki’s Book Blog
“A gripping tale that you will want to rip through.”—Life of Cri.me
“Addictive, absorbing and an insightful read.”—Me and My Books