ONE DIED. WHO LIED?
A horrific car crash in Belize has devastated Helen Pengilly’s family, leaving her daughter in a coma and her husband Michael missing.
Alone and terrified, Helen’s memory is dragged back to that day 22 years ago. To protect their family, Helen and Michael both said they would forget what happened. But now it seems that there is someone who will stop at nothing to make them remember…
Who is playing the blame game?
What readers are saying about The Blame Game:
‘addictive and powerful’
‘A cleverly crafted thriller with a unique story’
‘a great read’
‘A heart-wrenching story of grief, guilt and family, and the extreme lengths you’ll go to save those you love’
‘This is a book all psychological thriller lovers should read… addictive’
‘A fantastic, edge of the seat family expedition turning into a gripping read’
‘A real page-turner’
PRAISE FOR C.J. COOKE:
‘Grip-lit at its best’ ELLE
‘Stunning’ C.L. TAYLOR
‘Will keep you guessing the whole way through!’ C.J. TUDOR
About the author
C.J. Cooke is an acclaimed, award-winning poet, novelist and academic with numerous other publications under the name of Carolyn Jess-Cooke. Born in Belfast, she has a PhD in Literature from Queen’s University, Belfast, and is currently Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Glasgow, where she researches creative writing interventions for mental health.
I KNOW MY NAME was C.J. Cooke's first psychological drama and was inspired by her creative work in mental health.There is a TV adaptation is in development.
C.J. Cooke lives by the sea with her family.