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**Shortlisted for Crime Fiction Book of the Year at the An Post Irish Book Awards 2021**
'A heart-stopping tale . . . Stunningly original' Sunday Times Crime Book of the Month
'Grips from the first page and keeps upping the stakes . . . I didn't predict any of the twists and turns.' Sarah Pearse, bestselling author of The Sanatorium
ONE MISSING BOY.
Marissa Irvine arrives at 14 Tudor Grove, expecting to pick up her young son Milo from his first playdate with a boy at his new school. But the woman who answers the door isn't a mother she recognises. She isn't the nanny. She doesn't have Milo. And so begins every parent's worst nightmare.
FOUR GUILTY WOMEN.
As news of the disappearance filters through the quiet Dublin suburb and an unexpected suspect is named, whispers start to spread about the women most closely connected to the shocking event. Because only one of them may have taken Milo - but they could all be blamed . . .
IN A COMMUNITY FULL OF SECRETS, WHO IS REALLY AT FAULT?
'Sharp, sophisticated, and full of suspense - everything you need for a perfect summer read.' Cara Hunter, bestselling author of Close to Home
'Andrea Mara's tight plotting and convincing characterisation make her books both compelling and intriguing.' Liz Nugent, author of Lying in Wait
'A wonderfully twisty nightmare of a domestic thriller.' Emma Curtis, author of Keep Her Quiet
'A cracking read from a writer at the top of her game - and wow . . . that twist floored me!' Claire Allan, author of Her Name Was Rose
'Someone has taken Marissa's child; the fun in this fiendishly twisting narrative is trying to work out who that might be.' Irish Independent
Everyone is gossiping about All Her Fault:
***** 'WOW WOW WOW! I have not read a book this thrilling in ages'
***** 'So many twists and turns, and what a shock at the end'
***** 'This is one of the best thriller books I have read this year . . . I was totally blown away'
Wondering if night feeds and sleep deprivation are getting to her, she hurriedly retreats. Besides, the fact that a local child has gone missing must be preying on her mind. Then, a week later, she hears the sound of a man crying through her bedroom wall.
The man living next door, Sam, has recently moved in. His wife and children are away for the summer and he joins them at weekends. Sylvia finds him friendly and helpful, yet she becomes increasingly uneasy about him.
Then Sylvia's little daughter wakes one night, screaming that there's a man in her room. This is followed by a series of bizarre disturbances in the house.
Sylvia's husband insists it's all in her mind, but she is certain it's not - there's something very wrong on the other side of the wall.
'Secrets are bad for the soul, but some truths are too much.'
When Joanna and her family move into their new house, she's sure they've found their forever home. Until she learns about its dark past: thirty years ago, it was home to three-year-old Lily Murphy, who disappeared during a game of hide-and-seek and was never seen again.
Joanna is determined to find out all she can about the little girl's disappearance, and the inhabitants of this close-knit neighbourhood are all too eager to speculate. But the more she learns, the closer she's drawn towards her own dark family secrets - secrets she's spent years trying to hide. Joanna soon realises her own memories are key to uncovering the truth about what happened to Lily Murphy. But someone will go to any lengths to stop her from remembering . . .
**COMING 2022 AND AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER NOW!**
Praise for Andrea Mara:
'Sharp, sophisticated, and full of suspense.' Cara Hunter
'Andrea Mara's tight plotting and convincing characterisation make her books both compelling and intriguing.' Liz Nugent
'Grips from the first page and keeps upping the stakes . . . I didn't predict any of the twists and turns.' Sarah Pearse
ONE WINDOW, THREE LIESI step forward, breathing fast. Movement. I force myself to take another step. I think about all of it, all of the deaths and all of the accidents and all of the pain. And I know what I need to do.
ONE WINDOWIt’s March 2018, and the country is covered in snow. Roads are impassable, shops are running out of food, and official advice is to stay indoors. Marianne lives on her own and works from home, so this isn’t a problem. Until she wakes one morning in her house in the middle of nowhere and finds footprints trailing all across her garden. Half-asleep, she is at first curious. Then she realises the footprints stop at her bedroom window, and curiosity gives way to unease. Who was looking in at her, while she was asleep?
THREE LIESAs the big freeze worsens and the stalker begins to leave disturbing mementoes, Marianne’s thoughts go back two decades to the schoolyard outburst that tore her childhood apart. Old feuds resurface, and the mystery of her mother’s death is pulled back into focus. Marianne begins to see patterns – is there a link between her stalker and the true crime story she’s been obsessively researching, or does the answer lie closer to home?
24 DAYSIn the end, 24 days is all it takes for everything to come crashing down.
Her daughters are surprised that she posted a photo without consent, but it’s only when she starts to get anonymous messages about the woman on the beach that she deletes the photo. It’s too little too late, and the messages escalate, prompting Lauren to confess to the woman. The woman has her own dark story, one that might explain the messages, but Lauren isn’t convinced. Then her ex-husband begins to harass her, telling her she shares too much online and brought this on herself.
She’s also dealing with other problems. A difficult client at work starts to show up in places he shouldn’t be. Her younger daughter is behaving out of character and Lauren can’t work out what’s wrong. And the cracks are literally beginning to show in her old South Dublin house, mirroring the cracks in her carefully curated life.
Meanwhile, the messages from the internet troll become more personal and more vindictive. Her friends feel she should stand up to her stalker, but Lauren isn’t so sure. And then she makes one small mistake that brings everything tumbling down.