'SLICK AND PACEY' Renée Knight, author of DISCLAIMER
'CHILLINGLY CLAUSTROPHOBIC ... BRILLIANT.' Karen Hamilton, author of THE PERFECT GIRLFRIEND
A new standalone psychological thriller from Colette McBeth, whose dark, twisty and hugely compelling novels are beloved of writers like Paula Hawkins, Clare Mackintosh and Marian Keyes.
You could say it started with vanity. We believed we were special. But the truth is we were simply vulnerable.
Months after landing their dream job, five brilliant young minds are sent on a remote retreat.
But when one of them disappears, they're forced to question why they were brought there in the first place.
And for the first time in their lives, they realise too much knowledge can be deadly . . .
One of them is lying.
One of them is guilty.
No one is safe.
'TOPICAL, MORALLY AMBIGUOUS, WITH A PACE THAT NEVER LETS UP... BRILLIANT' Tammy Cohen, author of WHEN SHE WAS BAD
'COMBINES A FURIOUSLY TWISTY PLOT WITH UTTERLY BELIEVABLE CHARACTERS. A WINNER' Elly Griffiths, author of THE CROSSING PLACES
'BLOWN AWAY . . . GOOD LINE AFTER GREAT LINE, AND A BRILLIANT, TOTALLY CONTEMPORARY SETTING' Jane Casey, author of THE MAEVE KERRIGAN SERIES
Colette McBeth is the critically acclaimed author of psychological thrillers Precious Thing, The Life I Left Behind and An Act of Silence.
Colette was a BBC TV News television correspondent for ten years, during which time she covered many major crime stories and worked out of Westminster as a political reporter.
She lives on the South Coast with her husband and three children.