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No Further Questions: You'd trust your sister with your life. But should you? The compulsive thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author (English Edition) Formato Kindle
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The compulsive and gripping thriller from Sunday Times bestselling author of Everything but the Truth and Anything You Do Say
'Addictive, clever, twisty. McAllister's best book yet' SUN
You'd trust your sister with your life. But should you?
The police say she's guilty.
She insists she's innocent.
She's your sister.
You love her.
You trust her.
But they say she killed the person you care about most . . .
'I read it in a breathless day and a half - I loved every page, every character, every twist and turn' Lisa Jewell, bestselling author of Then She Was Gone
'As tense as a piano string' Sunday Times
'Tense, compelling, the suspense is expertly controlled' Daily Mail
'One of the best courtroom dramas I've ever read' Cara Hunter, bestsellling author of Close to Home
Structured so compellingly that you have no choice but to keep turning those pages, this is an exceptional thriller with a thumping, emotional heart ― Heat
This tense and compelling courtroom drama is written with convincing details, and the suspense is expertly controlled ― Mail Online
A gripping "did-she", "didn't-she" scenario . . . As tense as a piano string, but vibrates with a heartfelt examination of motherhood and sisterly relationships that lifts it above the usual female-centric grip lit ― Sunday Times Crime Club
I read it in a breathless day and a half. Such a perfect balance of courtroom drama and family drama, so smooth and assured, it just flowed, seamlessly. I loved every page, every character, every twist and turn -- Lisa Jewell ― bestselling author of Then She Was Gone
One of the best courtroom dramas I've ever read - keeps you guessing right up to the very end -- Cara Hunter ― bestselling author of Close to Home
I raced through the impressive No Further Questions. Loved this gripping and thought-provoking read -- B A Paris ― bestselling author of Behind Closed Doors
Tense, compelling, with convincing detail and a clever grand reveal ― Daily Mail
A perfectly plotted courtroom drama and an emotional roller-coaster in one book ― Grazia
Be warned - you will not be able to put this thriller down. Bestselling author Gillian McAllister hits the spot with this page-turner ― Take a Break
I was totally swept up - and challenged - by this dark courtroom drama and am still wrestling with the brilliantly written dilemma at its heart -- Fiona Barton ― bestselling author of The Child
Kept me glued to every page ― Good Housekeeping
This is a deeply gratifying, taut courtroom drama and so much more. I don't know how Gillian did it, but I'm so happy she did -- Caroline Kepnes ― bestselling author of You
A thrilling mystery with a strong emotional heart ― Woman & Home
Moving, horribly plausible, at times unbearably tense ― Sunday Mirror
Meticulously plotted, gripping . . . An outstanding story about a heartbreaking subject ― WI Life
Clever, compelling. You won't be able to put it down ― Prima
Gripping, cleverly-constructed, and heart-wrenching. Gillian McAllister uses her inside knowledge of the law to produce a truly original thriller that you won't be able to put down. Bravo! -- Paula Daly ― bestselling author of The Mistake I Made
Gillian McAllister isn't afraid to tread where some authors are scared to go. Intelligent. Compulsive. Heart-wrenching. Unforgettable -- Jane Corry ― bestselling author of My Husband's Wife
An ingeniously constructed courtroom drama with real flesh-and-blood characters and cliff-hanging suspense -- Louise Candlish ― bestselling author of Our House
The verdict - lock me up so I can read it again! Unforgettable. Gillian McAllister has a new fan in me -- Liz Lawler ― bestselling author of Don't Wake Up
One of the most gripping and moving books I've ever read. Gillian McAllister tackles an unbearable situation with scalpel precision and incredible humanity. I read No Further Questions at every opportunity and haven't stopped thinking about it since. Unmissable -- Holly Seddon ― bestselling author of Don't Close Your Eyes
I couldn't put No Further Questions down. An original, beautifully written and moving story about sisters that had me racing through the pages. That ending will stay with me for a long time. Perfect -- Claire Douglas ― bestselling author of Last Seen Alive
Grippy and compelling but also nuanced and insightful and sad -- Tammy Cohen ― bestselling author of They All Fall Down
An emotionally charged story which explores the joys and challenges that come with motherhood, with a twist I didn't see coming -- Hollie Overton ― bestselling author of Baby Doll
Heart-rending and brilliant. Such incredible storytelling. I loved this -- Jill Mansell ― bestselling author of This Could Change Everything
Gillian McAllister does 'what if' and wrings every drop of psychological tension out of a seemingly simple conundrum . . . a twisty, nailbiting road to the truth ― Sunday Sport
Part courtroom drama, this moving thriller puts the bond between sisters to the ultimate test ― Best --Questo testo si riferisce alla paperback edizione.
- ASIN : B07B8BMR6C
- Editore : Penguin (2 luglio 2018)
- Lingua : Inglese
- Dimensioni file : 8897 KB
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- Lunghezza stampa : 416 pagine
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If you want a thrilling page-turner for the summer, look no further. It's a riveting read.
What I took to straight away here was the stylish way in which the narrative unfolded. The story was told alternately by sisters Becky and Martha as the background to the court case they are part of comes to life. But interspersed between their accounts, we meet the witnesses who are involved in giving their evidence. The way they are introduced works well and breaks up the difficult and often intense relationship between the sisters.
Reading No Further Questions was like being on an emotional rollercoaster. I became totally invested in the lives of both sisters, feeling a sense of the inevitable that whatever had happened to baby Layla meant that their relationship was never going to be the same again, no matter what the outcome of the court case. And when the truth is unraveled in all of its heartbreaking detail, I cried my eyes out. Please be warned again that there are scenes in this book that are very difficult to read at times but what a stunning piece of writing this is to be able to inspire such emotions in its readers. Gillian McAllister is a very talented lady and one of my favourite authors. All of her books are highly recommended by me!
Layla was just 8 weeks old when she was discovered dead. Her aunt, who had assumed the role of her nanny only days before is on trial for her murder.
This book starts out with what would appear to be a very sad, but straight forward case involving two sisters. But slowly begins to gain pace and momentum as neighbours, friends and the rescue crew are cross examined.
Sadly, for me, I guessed very early on what the real story was. But that didn’t take away from me the enjoyment of reading this book nor weaken the truly saddening accounts of Layla’s short life.
I gave this book 3.5 stars, not because I didn’t think it was great but rather I would’ve preferred more cross examination (I felt the courtroom chapters were too short). I appreciate that Gillian probably had to cut or alter a lot of the narrative to suit her plot. But I think if you’re going to do a courtroom drama then why not go the whole hog and bring in elements of the law, demonstrate how hard the prosecutors have to work and word to secure the jury’s vote.
All in all a great, haunting read that you can’t help but be drawn into reading to the very end.