Liar’s Daughter
Claire Allan, Read by Zoe Rainey, Annie Farr, Fra Fee and Morna Regan Frank Laverty

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Narrated By: Zoe Rainey, Annie Farr, Fra Fee, Morna Regan Frank Laverty

Duration: 8 hours and 48 minutes

What to expect

**NOW A USA TODAY BESTSELLER!**

**The new thriller from the Amazon bestseller**

‘AMAZING!’ Marian Keyes

Every family has it’s secrets…

Joe McKee – pillar of the Derry community – is dead. As arrangements are made for the traditional Irish wake, friends and family are left reeling at how cancer could have taken this much-loved man so soon.

But grief is the last thing that Joe’s daughter Ciara and step-daughter Heidi feel. For they knew the real Joe – the man who was supposed to protect them and did anything but.

As the mourners gather, the police do too, with doubt being cast over whether Joe’s death was due to natural causes. Because the lies that Joe told won’t be taken to the grave after all – and the truth gives his daughters the best possible motive for killing him…

A gripping suspense novel about deadly secrets and lies. The perfect read for fans of Clare Mackintosh.

What others are saying about The Liar’s Daughter:

Powerful’ C.L. Taylor, The Sunday Times best selling author of Sleep

‘Immensely gripping and I flew through the pages as if my life depended on it. The Liar’s Daughter is a dark, powerful and twisty psychological thriller that will keep you glued to the pages.’ Reader review

'Full of secrets and lies. Loved it.' Reader review

'Atmospheric, claustrophobic and intense… So cleverly compelling I had to rush through to find out what happened!' Reader review

'I absolutely adored every chapter of this pacey novel and I would certainly recommend it.' Reader review

'I read this book in a single day. I absolutely could not tear myself away from it… One for people who likes their thrillers with some bite.' Reader review

'A breathtaking and remarkable book from Claire Allan.' Reader review

'This is a gripping story that will keep you guessing up until the final pages.' Reader review

Genre

Crime & mystery fiction, Thriller / suspense fiction

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‘AMAZING. I read it in one go. I was totally hooked.’ MARIAN KEYES

‘A brilliantly paced, intriguingly plotted and thoroughly enjoyable story. One of the best psych thrillers I've read this year.’ LIZ NUGENT

'A powerful and emotional psychological thriller that will keep you guessing and leave you breathless.' C. L. TAYLOR, author of The Fear

‘Utterly addictive! Literally couldn’t put it down all day! Compulsive, twisty, tense. And LOVED the ending.’ CLAIRE DOUGLAS, author of Local Girl Missing

‘I devoured it in a couple of days. Claire Allan managed to maintain an unsettling sense of unease that started at the very beginning and didn't let up at all.’ ELLE CROFT

‘SUCH a good read! It made me feel so uncomfortable, but I still kept gobbling up the pages.’ LISA HALL

‘A superior psychological thriller with an intriguing set-up, a flawed heroine and some great twists. Recommended!’ MARK EDWARDS

‘A psychological thriller with a heart: taut, emotionally challenging and unlike so many thrillers, each twist and turn is here because it deserves to be and not for the sake of it.’ JOHN MARRS

‘An intriguing and menacing page turner.’ MEL SHERRATT

‘The depth of characterisation and its fast pace is what makes HER NAME WAS ROSE stand out as a thriller. It had me hooked until the end.’ ELISABETH CARPENTER

‘Mesmerizing to the point of complete distraction. I was totally engrossed in this book’ AMANDA ROBSON, author of Obsession

‘Claire Allan’s transition into crime writing is seamless. Her Name was Rose brings all the emotional heft and depth of characterisation her readers would expect, but with a taut, menacing plot line. A compulsively thrilling read from start to finish.’ BRIAN MCGILLOWAY, New York Times and Kindle #1 bestseller

I loved it.The plot is twisty and the issues being dealt with here are big scale but told beautifully through Emily. Her envy and confusion is so real as to be palpable and of course, all too relatable. Creepy and weepy.’ NIKI MACKAY