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Did You See Melody?

Did You See Melody?

‘Outstandingly brilliant’ Clare Mackintosh

Did she really see Melody?

The stunning new pageturner from the Queen of Psychological Suspense.

Pushed to breaking point, Cara Burrows abandons her home and family and escapes to a five-star spa resort she can’t afford. Late at night, exhausted and desperate, she lets herself into her hotel room and is shocked to find it already occupied – by a man and a teenage girl.

A simple mistake on the part of the hotel receptionist – but Cara’s fear intensifies when she works out that the girl she saw alive and well in the hotel room is someone she can’t possibly have seen: the most famous murder victim in the country, Melody Chapa, whose parents are serving life sentences for her murder.

Cara doesn’t know what to trust: everything she’s read and heard about the case, or the evidence of her own eyes. Did she really see Melody?

And is she prepared to ask herself that question and answer it honestly if it means risking her own life?

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What people are saying about DID YOU SEE MELODY?

I was hooked!…there was a cracking ending!’ GoodReads reviewer

‘Really good reading that moved at a fast pace and kept me engaged throughout. Highly recommended.’ GoodReads reviewer

Oh superb. Excellent. All the other expletives. Ms Hannah still showing us how twisting a plot is done properly.’ GoodReads reviewer
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 24th August 2017

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781444776171

Reviews

This clever, captivating and consistently funny whodunit could well be Hannah's best contemporary novel to date
Sunday Times
A zingingly fresh take on the psych thriller
Anya Lipska
This chilling offering is yet another page turner from the queen of psychological thrillers.
Closer
A fast paced, exhilarating read with a fantastic central plot that keeps you guessing right till the end.
Kate Hamer
A top-notch page-turner full of intrigue and unforgettable characters - Sophie Hannah at her absolute best.
Liz Nugent
Brilliant writing, great story - what more could you want?
B.A. Paris
Intriguing
Woman & Home
Brilliantly plotted with a superb setting and unforgettable characters. Fast-paced, packed full of intrigue and moments of piercing wit. Fabulous.
Amanda Jennings
Beautifully plotted, Did You See Melody? begins with an intriguing premise and pulls you through the story with breath-taking twists from that moment on...I loved everything about this novel, from the setting to the witty and vivid characters to the immensely satisfying ending. I will be recommending this one to everyone - and you will, too
Elizabeth Haynes
Sophie Hannah needs no introduction.
Mike Ripley, Shots Magazine
Superb
Cosmopolitan
Gripping - and wryly funny - page-turner.
Good Housekeeping
An intriguing premise, a brilliant setting and a conclusion that will haunt you - Did You See Melody is utterly addictive.
Emma Kavanagh
Genuine thrills
Telegraph
Did You See Melody? is Sophie Hannah at her very best. Twisty as a corkscrew and totally entertaining, it is the definition of a page turner - I read it in one day. Put everything on hold and pick up this book now. Brilliant
Jenny Blackhurst
Outstandingly brilliant
Clare Mackintosh
With more twists, twirls and turns than a Quidditch match, DID YOU SEE MELODY? will keep you guessing - and turning pages - right till its explosive end.
Heat
In Hannah's capable hands, the psychological thriller is elevated
Stylist
Hannah lures in the reader with her usual sneaky prowess . . . you think you know what's going on, but you don't. Imaginative plotting and tricky characters whip you around until you just give up figuring out the end and hang on. If you're looking for a terrific crime thriller for your next relaxing escape, this is it (but you might want to double-check your room number first).
Julia Heaberlin
Sophie Hannah adds a wickedly satiric edge to the 'is she/isn't she' scenario, ridiculing the court of American public opinion while providing a tense and twisty mystery.
Evening Standard