THE CHILD ACCUSED OF MURDER. WHO DID HE BECOME?
'An emotionally charged, nerve-jangling thriller . . . I couldn't put it down' Saskia Sarginson
'Had me turning the pages late into the night' C. J. Cooper
Ten years ago, Sebastian Croll was found not guilty of murdering his playmate.
Criminal solicitor Daniel Hunter defended the eleven-year-old in a trial that gripped the nation, but the past is unearthed when Daniel gets a call from his old client.
Sebastian's university professor has been brutally murdered and everyone who knew her is in the frame.
As Daniel steps in to represent Sebastian for the second time, rumour of his client's identity spreads like wildfire.
The media swarm. Threats begin to arrive. And the question on everyone's lips:
Could the child once accused of murder really be innocent?
What everyone is saying about Lisa Ballantyne's thrillers:
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'Emotionally intense' Richard & Judy Book Club
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'Thought-provoking' Gilly Macmillan
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'A page-turner' Daily Express
'I couldn't get this book out of my head' Jenny Colgan