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«Un suspense psicologico unico e perfettamente congegnato.»
«Uno 'Sliding Doors thriller' originale e coinvolgente.»
«Una premessa geniale.»
Dopo aver passato la serata con la tua migliore amica, stai tornando a casa, da sola. Non c’è nessuno in giro.
Poi senti il rumore che ogni donna teme. Passi. Qualcuno ti sta seguendo. E si avvicina.
Tu sei sicura che sia lui: il tizio che ti ha importunato al bar. Insistente, molesto.
I passi sono sempre più vicini. Ormai lui è proprio alle tue spalle.
E allora reagisci d’istinto. Ti giri. Spingi. L’uomo perde l’equilibrio e cade lungo la scalinata. Poi rimane immobile, con la faccia a terra.
E adesso? Devi fare una scelta.
Chiami un’ambulanza. Soccorri l’uomo, e scopri che non è quello del bar. Ora devi convincere la polizia, tuo marito, la tua famiglia e i tuoi amici che sei innocente. Che eri in pericolo. Che non hai fatto nulla di male. Che è stato un incidente. Riuscirai a dimostrarlo?
Ti guardi attorno. Nessuno ha visto niente. Te ne vai. E il giorno dopo scopri che l’uomo è morto. E che non era quello del bar. Ora devi solo distruggere tutte le prove che possono collegarti a lui. E mentire, a tutti. A tuo marito, alla tua famiglia, ai tuoi amici. Riuscirai a resistere?
The gripping Sunday Times bestseller that will have you on the edge of your seat until the very last page
'A relentless drumroll of suspense . . . ranks among the best psychological-suspense thrillers of recent years' A. J. Finn
'My heart was in my mouth whilst reading' 5***** Reader Review
You can run, you can hide, but can you ever really disappear? . . .
Lauren's daughter Zara witnessed a terrible crime. But speaking up comes with a price, and when Zara's identity is revealed online, it puts a target on her back.
The only choice is to disappear.
From their family, their friends, even from Lauren's husband.
No goodbyes. Just new names, new home, new lives.
One mistake - a text, an Instagram like - could bring their old lives crashing into the new.
As Lauren will learn, disappearing is easy.
Staying hidden is much harder . . .
'Bravo! How to Disappear is undoubtedly her best yet. Gripping and emotional - a cracking read' Clare Mackintosh
'Totally addictive, with twists that repeatedly pulled the rug from under my feet' Erin Kelly
'This book will take you on a whirlwind of emotions' 5***** Reader Review
'Tense and unpredictable. I couldn't put it down' Claire Douglas
'I read most of this with an anxious, twisty feeling in my stomach and there was a tear-filled moment' 5***** Reader Review
'If Jodi Picoult wrote psychological thrillers, they would look like this. A compulsive read with a jaw-dropping twist, I read it in a day' Rosamund Lupton
'I have never been as emotionally manipulated by a book as much as this one' 5***** Reader Review
'An intricate and spellbinding exploration of the devastating ripples that spread from a terrible crime' Holly Seddon
Can you trust your father, when they say he killed your mother? . . . THE RICHARD & JUDY BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THAT NIGHT
'Suspenseful and heartfelt, with a superb ending' CLAIRE DOUGLAS
'An intricately plotted, twisty page-turner. Wow' 5**** READER REVIEW
'Absolutely unputdownable' ERIN KELLY
'Gripping and full of surprises with heartbreaking twist' 5**** READER REVIEW
17 years after being convicted of murder, Izzy's father is finally released from prison.
She wants nothing to do with him - but he claims to be innocent.
She's always believed he killed her mother, but now doubts are creeping in.
Because if he's telling the truth, then someone else has been lying all this time . . .
'Both grips and thrills. Her best yet!' Lucy Clarke
'This sharp, super-readable thriller stands out thanks to its taut plot and characters you really care about' Sun
'Haunting, compelling, and all too possibly true' Jane Corry
'Heart-pounding, emotionally enriching, thrilling' Holly Seddon
'Flawless plotting and gripping from the first page to the last' Jill Mansell
Would you run, or stay and call an ambulance, if it was you that pushed him?
'A terrific premise, delivered with panache' CLARE MACKINTOSH
'Dark and intense . . . an exhilarating, hold-your-breath read!' Prima
It's the end of the night. You're walking home on your own.
Then you hear the sound every woman dreads. Footsteps. Behind you. Getting faster.
You're sure it's him - the man from the bar who wouldn't leave you alone.
You make a snap decision. You turn. You push. Your pursuer tumbles down the steps. He lies motionless, face-down on the floor.
Wait for the police to arrive. For judgement, for justice, whatever that may be. You just hope your husband, family and friends, everyone you love, will stand by you.
Stay silent. You didn't mean to do it. You were scared, you panicked. And no one saw. No one will ever know. If you leave now. If you keep quiet. For ever.
Which will it be?
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'A Sliding Doors thriller with a moral dilemma at its heart. Brilliant' Claire Douglas, author of Last Seen Alive
'A smartly conceived psychological thriller' Sunday Times
'Addictive, exciting and devilishly clever' Holly Seddon, author of Try Not To Breathe
'I devoured this book in one sitting' Hollie Overton, author of Baby Doll
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
**The Sunday Times top ten bestseller**
Do you ever check your partner's phone?
Are you prepared for the consequences?
Everything but the Truth is Gillian McAllister's stunning breakthrough thriller about deceit, betrayal and one woman's compulsive need to uncover the truth
It all started with the email.
Rachel didn't even mean to look. She loves Jack and she's pregnant with their child. She trusts him.
But now she's seen it, she can't undo that moment. Or the chain of events it has set in motion.
Why has Jack been lying about his past? Just what exactly is he hiding? And doesn't Rachel have a right to know the truth at any cost?
'Packed with twists and turns that will make it almost impossible to put down!' Hello!
'Twisty and emotionally charged. Breathlessly brilliant' Heat
'A gripping, compelling page turner that kept me up half the night' Liz Nugent, bestselling author of Lying in Wait
'Assured, suspenseful. Gripping from start to finish' Good Housekeeping
'Perfection. Intriguing and compelling. An exceptional debut' Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of I See You
'A beautifully written domestic noir full of secrets and lies' Claire Douglas, bestselling author of Local Girl Missing
'What would you do if you thought your partner was hiding something? Rachel thinks her boyfriend Jack is and, after delving into his past, discovers he may not be who he says he is. A thrilling book-club read, as it will have you debating moral dilemmas' Prima
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING RICHARD & JUDY SUMMER PICK AND THIS SUMMER'S MOST COMPULSIVE NOVEL
'Incredibly tense and gripping' ADELE PARKS
'Kept me guessing and kept me fooled. Clever, pacy and so gripping that my heart raced' C.L. TAYOR
'This absolutely blew me away. Properly unputdownable' 5***** READER REVIEW
'Another unputdownable what-would-you-do thriller, rich with McAllister's trademark twists and emotional depth' ERIN KELLY
What would you do to protect your family?
During a family holiday in Italy, you get an urgent call from your sister.
There's been an accident: she hit a man with her car and he's dead. She asks for your help.
She'd cover for you, so will you do the same for her?
But when the police come calling, the lies start . . .
And you each begin to doubt one another.
What really happened that night?
Who is lying to who?
AND WHO WILL BE THE FIRST TO CRACK?
'From its propulsive opening to its devastating finale, That Night explores the terrible cost of family loyalty and the lines all of us might cross for those we love. Her best yet' TM LOGAN
'Tautly plotted and beautifully written. Gillian McAllister just gets better and better' Clare Mackintosh
'That Night was like watching a gripping, tense and claustrophobic box set! My heart was in my mouth the whole time. Her best yet' Claire Douglas
'Almost unbearably tense and an utterly absorbing read' Rosamund Lupton
'Had me absolutely gripped. Claustrophobic and tense and completely absorbing' Jane Fallon
'Beautifully written and incredibly gripping . . . it gave me genuine shivers. Masterfully done' Beth O'Leary
'So slippery, you will struggle to catch your breath. Gillian McAllister has secured her throne as the queen of the moral dilemma' Holly Seddon
'That Night is yet another triumph, intricately plotted and beautifully written' Jill Mansell
'That Night crept into my every waking thought. A claustrophobic, twisty novel that will have you asking "what would I do?"' Lia Louis
READERS ARE HOOKED BY THAT NIGHT:
'A masterpiece' 5***** Reader Review
'I'm speechless . . . cannot recommend enough' 5***** Reader Review
'A pressure cooker of panic, excitement, fear, anger . . .
From UK bestselling author Gillian McAllister comes an astonishing, compulsively twisty psychological thriller about a mother who witnesses her teenage son stab a man and then seizes on an unconventional way to try to save him, deemed “perfection, every word, every moment” by Lisa Jewell.
Can you stop a murder after it’s already happened?
Late October. After midnight. You’re waiting up for your seventeen-year-old son. He’s late. As you watch from the window, he emerges, and you realize he isn’t alone: he’s walking toward a man, and he’s armed.
You can’t believe it when you see him do it: your funny, happy teenage son, he kills a stranger, right there on the street outside your house. You don’t know who. You don’t know why. You only know your son is now in custody. His future shattered.
That night you fall asleep in despair. All is lost. Until you wake . . .
. . . and it is yesterday.
And then you wake again . . .
. . . and it is the day before yesterday.
Every morning you wake up a day earlier, another day before the murder. With another chance to stop it. Somewhere in the past lies an answer. The trigger for this crime—and you don’t have a choice but to find it . . .