Narrated By: Morven Christie
Duration: 10 hours and 32 minutes
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On a cold, windswept night, Fiona arrives on a tiny, isolated island in Orkney. She accepted her old friend's invitation with some trepidation - her relationship with Madison has never been plain sailing. But as she approaches Madison's cottage, she sees that the windows are dark. The place has been stripped bare. No one knows where Madison has gone.
As Fiona tries to find out where Madison has vanished to, she begins to unravel a web of lies. Madison didn't live the life she claimed to, and now Fiona's own life is in danger . . .
Praise for Helen Callaghan:
'Riveting' Sunday Times
'A tense plot, imaginative twists, and smart writing' Julia Heaberlin, bestselling author of Black-Eyed Susans
© Helen Callaghan 2020 (P) Penguin Audio 2020
Psychological thriller, Crime and mystery: women sleuths
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An accomplished psychological twister
Extremely gripping . . . a cleverly observed book about female friendship
Enthralling. The writing is brilliantly shocking
I read it almost in one sitting. It's so good, such a wonderfully evocative setting and a plot that drives through as relentlessly as that Orkney rain. I love how she completely conveys the world of the archaeological dig, and her characters are so carefully drawn, so that you never quite know who to like, who to trust - very clever. It's totally compulsive
A terrific, tricky premise and the suspense thriller readers hope for - a tense plot, imaginative twists, and smart writing
A brilliant book . . . superb
A gripping, atmospheric and dark thriller
A masterclass in tension, coupled with the most atmospheric of settings
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Wow - this one's a roller coaster!
Praise for Dear Amy
A clever psychological thriller
Engaging and utterly thrilling. The breathtaking finale is the most exciting and terrifying thing I have read in a very long time
Well-written and pacey