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The gripping new thriller featuring DS Maeve Kerrigan and DI Josh Derwent from the Top Ten Sunday Times bestselling author Every mother's worst nightmare . . . When nine-year-old Rosalie Marshall vanished from her bed one summer night, her disappearance tore her family apart. Now, sixteen years later, her mother Helena is found dead, her husband by her side. It looks like a straightforward murder-suicide but DS Maeve Kerrigan and DI Josh Derwent soon discover nothing about this case is straightforward. The Marshalls have been keeping secrets. And someone is prepared to kill to hide the truth. Until Maeve finds out what happened to Rosalie, no one will be safe . . . You won't want to miss the book that everyone is talking about in 2024! 'With every breath in my body, I'm BEGGING you to read Jane Casey's books!' Marian Keyes 'The ultimate just-one-more-chapter read' Abigail Dean, author of Girl A 'Sparks are flying in this top class detective story' Liz Nugent, author of Strange Sally Diamond 'A twisting, seductive, sensational thriller' Chris Whitaker, author of We Begin at the End 'The twist in the end was as surprising as it was satisfying' Stig Abell, author of Death Under a Little Sky '2024 has barely started and this is already one of my books of the year' Jo Spain, author of The Trial 'As tense as piano wire' Neil Lancaster, author of the D.S. Max Craigie series 'The undisputed queen of simmering tension' Sarah Hilary, author of the D.I. Marnie Rome series 'I was hooked from the first page' Karen Perry, author of Girl Unknown 'One of the very best authors writing today' Andrea Mara, author of All Her Fault 'Blew me away' Catherine Kirwan, author of A Lesson in Malice 'Brilliant' William Shaw, author of the Alexandra Cupidi mysteries 'Stellar stuff' Jo Callaghan, author of In the Blink of an Eye 'Gripping and twisty but also moving ' Claire McGowan, author of What You Did 'This book hit the ground running and didn't let up' Sam Holland, author of The Echo Man