‘ATMOSPHERIC AND COMPELLING’ CATHERINE COOPER
‘ENGROSSING, EVOCATIVE AND CHILLING’ C. J. TUDOR
‘DELICIOUSLY UNSETTLING’ OBSERVER
‘SPLENDIDLY CREEPY’ DAILY MAIL
Maggie Mackay has been haunted her entire life. No matter what she does, she can’t shake the sense that something is wrong with her. And maybe something is...
When she was five years old, without proof, Maggie announced that someone in the remote village of Blairmore in the Outer Hebrides had murdered a local man, sparking a media storm.
Now, Maggie is determined to discover what really happened and what the villagers are hiding. But everyone has secrets, and some are deadly. As she gets closer to the horrifying truth, Maggie’s own life is in danger...
From the critically-acclaimed author of Mirrorland comes a darkly disturbing new thriller that will chill you to the bone.
PRAISE FOR CAROLE JOHNSTONE’S DEBUT NOVEL, MIRRORLAND:
‘DARK AND DEVIOUS’ Stephen King
‘UTTERLY ENGROSSING’ Daily Mail
‘TWISTY AND RICHLY ATMOSPHERIC’ Ruth Ware
‘TIGHTLY PLOTTED AND UTTERLY GRIPPING' Sarah Pinborough
‘A HAUNTING THRILLER’ Woman’s Weekly
‘TOTALLY ABSORBING’ T.M. Logan
‘AN UNSETTLING, LABYRINTHINE TALE’ New York Times
Carole Johnstone grew up in Lanarkshire, Scotland, and in her twenties relocated to Essex to work as a radiographer. She has been writing as long as she can remember and is an award-winning short story writer. She now writes full-time and lives with her husband in an old farmhouse outside Glasgow, though her heart belongs to the sea and the wild islands of the Outer Hebrides.