Narrated By: Remmie Milner, Tamaryn Payne
Duration: 9 hours and 16 minutes
What to expect
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A gritty, heart-stopping crime thriller that will have you utterly obsessed.
We were told to meet at a rooftop bar.
Four friends, bound by one terrible secret.
No one knew why we were there.
Then we saw a woman, watched as she fell from the edge and plunged to her death.
The police think it's suicide, but I know better.
Someone is sending a message.
Now they're coming for us.
Praise for Merilyn Davies:
'Fresh, compelling and compassionate' AMANDA JENNINGS
'A breath-taking, page-turning read' CLARE MACKINTOSH
'Assured, fresh, engrossing' MEL SHERRATT
'Compassionately, confidently and beautifully written' STEVE MOSBY
© Merilyn Davies 2021 (P) Penguin Audio 2021
Thriller / suspense fiction, Psychological thriller, Crime and mystery: police procedural
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This fast-paced, authentic thriller – written by an ex-crime analyst – immerses you so deeply in the investigation, you’ll be desperate to get to the bottom of the case.
The characters - and potential suspects - introduced are interesting and compelling, with the background story original and disturbing. Without giving too much away, I felt the subject tackled in this novel deserves to be widely recognised and confronted. This layered plot considers a range of themes including homelessness, revenge and sexuality. By combining all of these strands, Merilyn Davies has produced a believable novel with realistic characters
Gripping and authentic
‘The darkness surrounding the two girls and their vulnerable hopelessness twanged at my heart strings…That the author is a former crime analyst gives the story an authentic, experienced and intelligent feel. Yet pleasingly there is not too much police jargon. There is a good sense of atmosphere along with time and place in both timelines…an excellent debut novel.’
Superbly written ... For me, If I Fall is an unputdownable, page turner of a read, that kept me guessing and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout ... I will certainly be reading more of Merilyn's work in the future