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***Sabine's latest novel Sun Damage has been selected for the TFL Book Club***
A gripping psychological thriller for fans of Clare Mackintosh and Shari LaPena, from the bestselling author of Lie With Me.
'You'll be glued to every page' Closer
It's true what they say: one moment can change your life completely.
I found a woman's body on the common.
I touched her; that was all.
But now the police won't leave me alone.
Because all the evidence is leading to me.
And I don't know who I can trust...
Gaby Mortimer thought she had a perfect life: a high-powered job, loving husband, beautiful daughter. But then early one morning she discovers the body of a murdered woman - a woman who looks like her, and seems to be wearing her clothes...
'Will keep you gripped and guessing till the very end.' Grazia
***Sabine Durrant's brilliant new novel, Finders, Keepers, is available now***
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
If you’re on the hunt for a twisty read to keep you guessing, turn to Sabine Durrant’s Under Your Skin. The fast-paced thriller is told through the eyes of Gaby Mortimer, and sets around the TV presenter’s life as it takes a chilling turn the morning she discovers a body on her local common. Denying all knowledge of the scene to authorities, one plucky officer (Detective Inspector Perivale) begins digging for clues. Setting out a dizzying chase as the plot thickens and Gaby’s life begins unravel, the real truth will surely come as a shock to everyone. A dark thriller, laced with clever detail, Under Your Skin will stay with you for some time.
In former newspaper editor Durrant's gripping debut, morning TV host Gaby Mortimer's enviably glossy London life starts to careen out of control after she finds a young woman's body during her daily jog. Though a savvy Oxford grad should know better, Gaby impulsively breaks the cardinal rule of criminal procedure: don't touch the corpse. Then she submits to police questioning without a lawyer until it becomes clear that Detective Inspector Perivale regards her as his prime suspect. With her increasingly distant husband, a hedge fund honcho, on a business trip to Singapore, Gaby starts trying to extricate herself by investigating the murder, with the help of an unlikely ally: scoop-hungry freelance journalist Jack Hayward. But further complexities and creepy coincidences soon emerge. Why, for instance, was the victim apparently wearing Gaby's T-shirt? As the suspense mounts, Durrant skillfully keeps the twisty story on track through convincing characters and domestic detail right up to the shocking conclusion.