A call out to an isolated farm on the outskirts of Oxford.
A body shot at point-blank range in the kitchen.
'One of the finest crime writers we have' Mark Billingham
'Fawley is back and better than ever' Shari Lapena
'Emotionally riveting, taut, and suspenseful' Karin Slaughter
It looks like a burglary gone wrong, but DI Adam Fawley suspects there's something more to it.
When the police discover a connection to a high-profile case from years ago, involving a child's murder and an alleged miscarriage of justice, the press go wild.
Suddenly Fawley's team are under more scrutiny than ever before. And when you dig up the past, you're sure to find a few skeletons...
The sixth twisty, up-all-night thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling Cara Hunter. For fans of Shari Lapena, Claire Douglas and Lisa Jewell.
Everyone loves Cara Hunter
'An intelligent and immersive thriller with a gritty human story' Janice Hallett, The Twyford Code
'If you have not sampled Adam Fawley before, now is certainly the time' Daily Mail
'A mystery that is both satisfying and surprising' Sunday Times Crime Club
'A great premise, tight plotting, and characters who live beyond the page' JP Delaney, Playing Nice
'A clever, fascinating book' Araminta Hall, Hidden Depths
'If you start, you won't be able to stop' Nicci French, The Unheard
'A masterclass in how to write crime fiction' John Marrs, The Vacation
'The DI Adam Fawley series just keeps getting better and better' Victoria Selman, Truly, Darkly, Deeply
'Twist follows twist at a breathtaking pace' Daily Mail
And readers are loving this series, too
'All hail the new queen of all things crime' Penny, Netgalley
'Mind-bending brilliance' Kath, Netgalley
'Definitely for fans of Lisa Gardner, Karin Slaughter and the like' Fiona, Netgalley
'This series just gets better and better' Tina, Netgalley
Tale with a twist
I enjoyed reading this book. As I say,a tale with a twist.
But I don’t like the backwards and forwards in a timeline.
Hope to Die
Couldn’t put it down, a fantastic storyline.
Easily my book of the year…I’m calling it in February!
Gripped me right from the beginning
I couldn’t put this book down, I’ve read the whole series and they just get better and better. Looking forward to the next DI Fawley case!