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A gripping, intriguing mystery…an entertaining, thrilling story.’ Nicki’s Life of Crime

They told us he had been missing for nearly two days, that he probably drowned. They told us a lie.

Megan was ten years old when her older brother, Zac, went missing among the cliffs, caves and beaches that surround the small seaside town of Whitecliff. 

A decade later and a car crash has claimed the lives of her parents.

Megan and her younger sister Chloe return to Whitecliff one summer for the first time since their brother’s disappearance. Megan says it’s to get her parents’ affairs in order. There are boxes to pack, junk to clear, a rundown cottage to sell. But that’s not the real reason. 

Megan has come to confront her family’s past after receiving a postcard on the day of her parents’ funeral. It had a photograph of Whitecliff on the front and a single letter on the back.

‘Z’ is all it read.

Z for Zac.

A totally gripping psychological thriller that will have fans of Louise Jensen, The Girl on the Train and The Silent Child absolutely hooked.

Read what everyone is saying about Two Sisters:

‘I love this book so much and it is definitely one of my favorites. I read this book in one sitting because I could not get out of the story.’ Stylish Brunette

Will have the reader hooked from the start. This was a great introduction to a new author to me and I cannot wait to read more’. By the Letters Book Reviews

This book was really amazing! It kept me gripped… It is amazing how the authors weaves the tale and it just keeps the reader engrossed and everything was never what it seemed. An absolutely brilliant book, I highly recommend it.’Goodreads Reviewer

This book was wonderful, there were lots of twists and turns that I didn't see coming so it kept me engaged all the way through the book. I really had a hard time putting this one down…Awesome read.’ Bonnie’s Book Talk

This is my first introduction to Kerry Wilkinson. I know, right? Where the heck have I been? But it definitely won't be my last!’ Novel Deelights 

An engrossing and twisty read. Highly recommended!’ Bibliophile Book Club 

A perfect summer holiday read…it's sharp, cool, witty, and fresh. I loved it, it's by far my favourite thriller of the Summer so far.’ Behind Green Eyes 

‘Excellent read...I read this book in one sitting!’ Goodreads Reviewer

Crime & Thrillers
June 23

Customer Reviews

Leeds mum ,

Life isn't always a beach

I’ve been meaning to pick up a Kerry Wilkinson novel for a while now as I’d heard some very good things about the Jessica Daniels stories, but other books seemed to have jumped in front of them instead. So when I heard he was branching out and writing a psychological thriller style novel, my interest was piqued.

Megan is an unusual character – she’s got a number of issues, starting with her relationship with food. Personally I’d call it unhealthy but then again people might suggest my relationship with food is unhealthy. It’s not explicit from the story but I did wonder if this was triggered by her parents’ unexpected death. As for finding out what happened to her older brother all those years ago, she’s like a dog with a bone, interrogating anyone who shows a vague acknowledgement of his disappearance within this close knit seaside community.

There is a definite build to the story; it starts at a relative sedate pace but as Megan asks more questions and tries desperately to dig up the past, it gathers pace.

Kerry Wilkinson has a great writing style, I was there in Whitecliffe with Megan and Chloe enjoying the summer sun. I am kicking myself for not having read the author’s previous novels despite seeing they attracted great reviews. I am really looking forward to meeting Jessica Daniels and Andrew Hunter and to reading the next psychological thriller The Girl Who Came Back due out later this year.

Many thanks to Bookouture and Netgalley for my copy of Two Sisters. Kerry Wilkinson – you’ve got yourself a new fan!

Lise1978 ,

Easy read

Not quite what I was expecting and didn't grip me but it was a nice little story. I found the end to be weak and it was finished before I had realised

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