The next gripping and unputdownable psychological thriller by Rebecca Tinnelly, with a twist that'll shock you to your core
If you love Linda Green, Katerina Diamond or Jane Corry, you'll love this.
Some family secrets demand to be told . . .
Connie lost her words at the age of five, the day she witnessed her mother and father's untimely death.
Since then she has been all but mute, only being able to choke out a few select words. Now, years on, Connie's husband is on his deathbed and all she can do is quietly sit by his side.
But there are so many dreadful secrets locked up in Connie's silent prison. And time is running out to set them free . . .
This book sucked me in and wouldn't let go, even after I finished it! I absolutely loved it. Dark and suspenseful. Brilliant characters. Stunning revelations - Patricia Gibney, bestselling author of, The Detective Lottie Parker series
Praise for Rebecca Tinnelly
'A beautifully written, riveting read. Perfectly crafted. Absorbing from start to finish'Amanda Robson, bestselling author of Obsession
'Rebecca Tinnelly created a village so real, so secretive and scary, I was edge of the seat. Rebecca Tinnelly has a new fan in me' Liz Lawler, bestselling author of Don't Wake Up
'So tightly plotted [and] totally absorbing . . . the dark, claustrophobic atmosphere kept me reading late into the night' Elisabeth Carpenter, bestselling author of 99 Red Balloons
'Mesmerising, shocking, I just couldn't look away' Sarah J. Naughton, author of Tattletale
'Twisty, DARK, fast-paced, shocking. EXCELLENT' Will Dean, author of Dark Pines
Rebecca Tinnelly lives amongst the twisted sessile oaks of the Somerset coast with her two children and two cats. No doubt fuelled by the stories she was told by her stepmother, a consultant pathologist, Rebecca is most interested in writing about the darker side of society and family life. After a successful career in sales, most recently selling wicker coffins, she waved goodbye to the office to pursue a career in writing. And, when not writing, enjoys baking the odd cake or two. Her debut novel, Never Go There, was published to rave reader reviews. The Guilty is her second novel.