Blurred Lines
Hannah Begbie, Read by Sarah Lambie

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Narrated By: Sarah Lambie

Duration: 10 hours and 37 minutes

What to expect

She spoke out. I stayed silent. What would you do?

‘Perfectly paced, the twists and turns and executed with precisionWoman & Home

‘One of the most powerful stay-with-you books that I’ve read in the past year’ Jane Corry, author of I Looked Away

When Becky walks in on her boss with a woman who isn’t his wife, she’s horrified, but says nothing. She owes Matthew too much.

But when the same woman accuses him of rape, Becky is trapped in a nightmare. Was what she saw rape – or is Matthew, her trusted mentor, telling the truth? Becky must try to ignore her own traumatic past and its terrible hold on her.

As Becky attempts to untangle these blurred lines, she risks everything, even her home and family, to find the truth…

Genre

Modern & contemporary fiction, Thriller / suspense fiction

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Perfectly paced, the twists and turns and executed with precision’ Woman & Home

Powerfully written, compulsive and timely’ Harriet Tyce, bestselling author of Blood Orange

One of the most powerful stay-with-you books that I’ve read in the past year’ Jane Corry, bestselling author of I Looked Away

Compelling, fierce and all too believable…a heart-stopping portrayal of what it costs to speak out’ Clare Empson, author of Him

Blisteringly relevant, with an emotional pull that had me in hot, angry tears’ Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of Let Me Lie

Deeply compelling and gripping, with characters so realistic you feel as if you know them, I couldn't put it down’ Isy Suttie

A fast-paced, tightly-wound thriller with great dialogue and compelling characters. A brilliant page-turner perfectly designed for the #MeToo era’ Viv Groskop

'Beautifully written, very timely, very honest – I read it deep into the night’ Emma Freud

Praise for Hannah Begbie:

‘An emotionally-charged, heartstoppingly addictive page turner, which shocks and entertains’ Irish Examiner

Captivating and taut with a powerful emotional message about the balance of motherhood and womanhood’ Carmel Harrington